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Open Access Tactileology, an innovative academic field in the tactile sense, based on Non-PC Computing Systems by using the Universal language in Nature

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Associate Professor Yasuhiro Suzuki of Nagoya University in Japan is the advocate of the innovative computing system that uses Humans or Nature as a "computing system" instead of using digital computers. Suzuki recognized that universal language in Nature is the tactile sense, and proposed Tactile Scores as a "programming language." Tactile Scores have used to develop Natural Computing systems in various fields, such as medicine, beauty, disability engineering, robotics, arts, design, and so on.
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Keywords: ALZHEIMER DIZEAZE; ANTI-AGING; ART; BEAUTY; BODY IDIOMATISATION; COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE; DEAFBLIND; DEEP MICRO VIBROTACTILE; DEMENTIA; DMV; EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES; HAPTIC VIBRATION DISPLAY; HVD; PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES; SENSORY COMMUNICATIONS; TACTILE SCORE; TACTILE HAPTIC INTERACTION; TACTILE SCIENCE; TACTILE SENSES; TACTILEOLOGY; TS VIBRATION

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2020

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