ACCESS Main Street Resource Description

external link

Software and Devices that Add the Sense of Touch to the Digital World

"Founded in 1993, SensAble Technologies is a leading developer of 3D touch-enabled (force feedback) solutions and technology that allow users to not only see and hear an on-screen computer application, but to actually 'feel' it. The company evolved from undergraduate research done at MIT in the 1990s by industry pioneers Thomas Massie and Dr. Kenneth Salisbury."

SensAble Technologies

Report a problem with this entry

Be the first to rate this entry!

Be the first to comment on this entry!

Log in to post a comment or rate this entry.

You may register for an account if don't have one.

"ODEP and ETA will work together to ensure that the workforce development system implements universal design strategies for all providers, thus opening doors to many individuals previously untapped as workers in the green economy."

Assistant Secretary Kathy Martinez, Office of Disability Employment Policy, December 16, 2009