adjective Sometimes hap·ti·cal.
- a vibration or other tactile sensation received from a computer or electronic device: You can save power by adjusting the haptics and brightness of your phone.
- an input or output device that senses the body's movements by means of physical contact with the user: joysticks and other haptics.
- hapsburg jaw,
- hapsburg lip,
Origin of haptic
Examples from the Web for haptic
Simply tap on your own screen, and haptic feedback mechanisms in the watch will transfer the gesture to the wrist of your friend.Bigger, Bolder, and Better Than Ever: Steve Jobs Would Be Proud of Today's Apple|Kyle Chayka|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Haptic House is based on the concept of “sensory play,” which encourages children to look, listen, touch, and feel.World-Famous Architects Design Dollhouses For New Charity Project|Chloë Ashby|November 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But now I have to go find a haptic curator to do battle with.
Word Origin for haptic
"pertaining to the sense of touch," 1890, from Greek haptikos "able to come into contact with," from haptein "to fasten."