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This Week in Totally Trippy Haptic Technology Research

Spark producer Dan Misener drops by to talk about tactile illusions, and how technology can fool your brain into thinking you’re touching something that’s not there.
Apple's new trackpad, which features a "touch illusion".

Spark producer Dan Misener drops by to talk about tactile illusions, and how technology can fool your brain into thinking you’re touching something that’s not there.

Dan spoke with Vincent Hayward, professor at Institut des Systèmes Intelligents et de Robotique .

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