Perhaps the “klippe kort” machine is a public transportation dinosaur at this point yet still an interface thousands use every day. While haptic feedback might be stretching the term a bit, the vibration and auditory response it creates while printing and cutting the paper card is oddly comforting in it’s analog use.
In an automated world where most doors open automatically, I still find the manual use of the train door interface quiet quaint. And having a daily “is it on the right or on the left” game always brightens my morning commute. The LED feedback surly helps to signify what button to use, however why only one lights up and the fact that there’s two buttons has always puzzled me.