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"Sensor" is the device that detects external stuff that the body (probably) can't detect.  Sensors can be divided into those that sense the world, and those that digitize a user's actions.  The latter are more commonly called "human input devices", (HID's).
 
"Sensor" is the device that detects external stuff that the body (probably) can't detect.  Sensors can be divided into those that sense the world, and those that digitize a user's actions.  The latter are more commonly called "human input devices", (HID's).
  
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"Display" is the way the device shows data to the body (not necessarily visually).  This gets around the device-centric / body-centric problem that shows up when using the terms input & output.   
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"Display" is the way the device shows data to the body (not necessarily visually).  This gets around the device-centric / body-centric problem that shows up when using the <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.facebook.com/pages/Oel-Wingo-Management-Consulting-Services/219215268090095<span style="color:black;font-weight:normal; text-decoration:none!important; background:none!important; text-decoration:none;">Oel Wingo</span>] terms input & output.   
  
 
"Armature" is the physical component of the device: the belt, hat, armband, etc; distinct from the electronics.
 
"Armature" is the physical component of the device: the belt, hat, armband, etc; distinct from the electronics.

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