Origin of tactile
OTHER WORDS FROM tactiletac·til·i·ty [tak-til-i-tee], /tækˈtɪl ɪ ti/, nounnon·tac·tile, adjectivenon·tac·til·i·ty, nounun·tac·tile, adjective
How to use tactile in a sentence
Unlike other haptic gloves, which are limited to vibration and force feedback, HaptX said its gloves physically displace the user’s skin the way a real object would, delivering more than 130 points of tactile feedback per hand.This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through January 30)|Singularity Hub Staff|January 30, 2021|Singularity Hub
Since online buying doesn’t allow customers to have a tactile buying experience, ecommerce store owners have to put in extra effort to prove that their product is the right fit for the customers.Eight simple steps to write epic product descriptions that boost conversions|Ricky Hayes|January 29, 2021|Search Engine Watch
Some activities and temperatures allow you to get by with very thin, tactile gloves, and sometimes no gloves will keep you 100 percent comfortable.
She was in search of an “analog, tactile experience” removed from the computer monitors she stares at to earn a living.Puzzle swap celebrates jigsaw ‘barter culture’ amid pandemic chaos|Justin Wm. Moyer|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
In a way, the hand’s tactile neurons play a game of Morse Code.
In adaptation to the darkness, in which there is only luminescence that eyes could use, there is a great development of tactility.The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4)|J. Arthur Thomson
The picture contains movement in the vital sense, and possesses a tactility as great as a Giorgione done with modern means.
They failed in this ambition because their canvases lacked the intense tactility of volume.