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                                                                       Smart Haptics

6-7 December, 2017

San Diego,CA

http://www.smart-haptics.com/













As the first industry driven haptics conference, Smart Haptics 2017 is coming to San Diego, CA on December 6-7 and will bring together multiple end use industries including medical, automotive, mobile, VR/AR and more to explore where the haptics industry is headed.

Smart Haptics 2017 will feature talks that will serve to inform the industry of the current capabilities and needs in the industry, as well as hands-on demonstrations that will provide the opportunity to explore through active participation.

 

 
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