The Power of Touch

My sister, a Professor in Computer Science, once asked me why people often only associate improved living with health professions. Why kids say “I want to be a doctor because I want to help people live better”? She argued any profession can achieve that goal and further stressed the importance of technology. I was reminded of her visions when I chanced upon this field known as Haptography (or Haptics):

In a fascinating talk by Katherine Kuchenbecker, I am further enthused about the future that technology has in store for us. :)

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