There are many different applications for haptic technology. Some of the most common include:
-Virtual reality: Haptics can be used to create realistic experiences in virtual reality, such as the sensation of touch or temperature.
-Gaming: Haptics can add an immersive element to gaming, for example by providing haptic feedback to a player's hands when they interact with virtual objects.
-Medicine: Haptic technology is used in some rehabilitation therapies, as well as for training surgeons and other medical professionals.
-Telecommunications: Haptics can be used to provide haptic feedback when using a touch screen, or to add a sense of touch to teleoperated systems such as robots.