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A Sensory Board is a chessboard with switches or sensors to recognize moves or pieces, which acts as dedicated input device to enter moves (or positions) for playing or analyzing chess games along with chess playing and recording software, also integrated in dedicated chess computers. Rank-File or Square LEDs may indicate a move internally made by a chess program.
Glass Sensory Board [1]

Sensory Boards


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  1. ^ Remote Chess by Erik Jarva and William Baughman, Cornell University, 2008

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