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Thu 9 Apr 2015 12:38 PM

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3D virtual objects that can be touched and felt

British company Ultrahaptics has developed a technology that uses ultrasound to project and shape sensations through the air directly onto the hands, allowing users to 'feel' and interact with 3D virtual objects - all without actually touching anything.

3D virtual objects that can be touched and felt

(Reuters YouTube channel)