Stroke of Genius: Haptics

Stroke of Genius

Archaeologies of Touch (David Parisi)In this episode we’ll examine the world of haptics: technologies which utilize our sense of touch. We’ll hear how a college professor is adding new life to touch screens, how one young engineer is changing Virtual Reality, and we’ll learn about foundational patents and how inventors can use them to their strategic advantage.

Thanks to our guests Dr. David Parisi, Dr. Ed Colgate, Jake Rubin, & Dr. Bob Crockett.

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