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Electrotactile communication

Introduction: Electrotactile communication

Description of Electrotactile communication

Electrotactile communication: information about the environment, especially the acoustic or visual environment, is conveyed with sensations produced by electrical stimulation of the nerves which lead from touch receptors in the skin; usually surface electrodes on the skin are used to deliver the stimulation signals.
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