Adding a sense of touch can make virtual reality experiences feel more real. Credit: Richard Newstead Getty Images

Adding a sense of touch can make virtual reality experiences feel more real. Credit: Richard Newstead Getty Images A woman sits at a computer, video chatting with her young son while she gently pats an interface on a separate screen. In response, a wireless patch on the child’s back vibrates in a pattern that matches his mother’s fingers, allowing him to “feel” her physical touch. The new patch is a type of haptic device, a technology that remotely conveys tactile signals. A common example is video game c

Source: New Virtual Reality Interface Enables “Touch” Across Long Distances – Scientific American

Random sensory quotes

I love inventive food, but I want the classic dishes to taste like how I remember them. I get a little bummed out when there is too much fancy stuff going on and it doesn’t resemble the original dish at all.

— Drew Barrymore