E-commerce applications allowing the consumer to physically interact with a product by feeling the warmness, coldness, softness, hardness, smoothness, roughness, lightness, and heaviness properties of surfaces and textures that compose a product
Education e.g. haptic interfaces that allow people to access and learn information (law of physics, geometry etc.) in virtual reality environments
Entertainment e.g. haptics interface for home entertainment and games
Arts and design e.g. virtual sculpturing and modeling, painting, and museums
Audio Applications e.g. provide more realism to feel a fabric’s surface roughness, friction, and softness.