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All of this makes for a visually and tactilely captivating experience.
"Your visual sense invites you to experience them tactilely."
But some can create an arctic blast visually, tactilely and gustatorily.
Thus the subjective world was tactilely richer than ours by orders of magnitude.
Amos had had to tactilely reassure himself that the fire was an image.
And most feel compelled to demonstrate, tactilely, that brotherhood.
He ran his hand lightly over the surface, tactilely searching for any break in the smoothness of it and finding none.
If he was dead, he was the most tactilely appealing corpse she could imagine.
Throughout the performance, his hands jerked, conducted, marked time, but always quivered with tension, reacting almost tactilely to the music.
They had been visually intriguing; now they were tactilely intriguing.
And there is just something tactilely great about the way paper feels and the way pictures look."
By definition, there's only one way to communicate tactilely--physically touching the other person.
Rhyssa began to weep, and Dorotea tried to comfort her, tactilely and telepathically.
The sculpture is meant to be enjoyed both visually and tactilely, and people are encouraged to sit on it and watch the sea.
The NFB is trying to work with manufacturers to make these control panels tactilely distinguishable.
He tilted her head back and tactilely examined her bruises, first with his fingers, then with his lips.
"I know that when I look at shells I look at them tactilely.
Dubbed Feelit technology by Immersion, the device will respond tactilely to clicks and drags on screen.
The P30 can have an optional loaded chamber indicator that visibly and tactilely indicates the presence of a cartridge in the chamber.
The Braille dots cannot be felt tactilely, and they are not accurately rendered as Braille numbers corresponding to the denominations.
Although a smooth photographic surface may be less tactilely pleasurable than a textured layer of paint, it arrives unburdened by the weight of art history.
Those pieces were constructed much later in Vulcan's history, and the subtle abstract designs carved into their woodwork tactilely expressed an equation for deriving prime numbers.
There is also evidence that the rictal bristles of some species may function tactilely, in a manner similar to that of mammal whiskers (vibrissae).
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