Since the rise of radio and television, we have lived in an era defined increasingly by the electronic circulation of images and sounds. But the flood of new computing technologies known as haptic interfaces-which use electricity, vibration, and force feedback to stimulate the sense of touch-offering an alternative way of mediating and experiencing reality.
Archaeologies of Touch 
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Since the rise of radio and television, we have lived in an era defined increasingly by the electronic circulation of images and sounds. But the flood of new computing technologies known as haptic interfaces-which use electricity, vibration, and force feedback to stimulate the sense of touch-offering an alternative way of mediating and experiencing reality.
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