Stay In Touch is a purely tactile form of communication. In the future touchscreens will become even more ubiquitous, while compact and functional they lack meaningful haptic feedback: for this team project we have brought touch to wireless communication to offer more personal messaging. These devices can be used by friends, people with visual or auditory impairments, or anyone who wishes to use a more intimate means of communication. When one person makes a sketch or gesture on their arm band’s touch pad, the other wearer feels this exact movement via a soft plastic nib on the underside of their arm. The nib is connected to two servos allowing it to translate any two dimensional sketch. Each device can send and receive messages allowing users to carry on entirely haptic conversations.