Yes! It is feasible and recommendable, because the force sensors in fingers may create the extra inputs not available when humans are not looking at their or each others hands in emergency situations.
What you describe is often applied in simulators, for instance in B737 sims where captain and F/O side column and wheel can be uncoupled:
- Each column has its own Control Loading actuator.
- Each actuator measures the pilot force, and applies suitable resistance forces.
- The two actuators are normally linked in software, which can also unlink them.
- The actuators are powered by electric motors, which are fail passive unlike the hydraulics of olden days which had to be protected from hard over failures.
So not only is it feasible, it is technology with a decades old experience in the aviation world. Photo above is from a sales brochure, the stick we made 25 years ago for a German car company for research in drive-by-wire. Electric motors with back-drivable gearing (not via geared wheels), the stick could still move when the motors were off. Two or more of them can be coupled in software.