The KeyGlove that you see here is a variation of one-handed typing, where it will rely on a series of 34 sensors and an Arduino processor to get its groove on. We’re not sure whether pixie dust is used with the KeyGlove, but we do know it can decipher letters and numbers, without sacrificing the ability to control an on-screen cursor. Of course, as with any pioneering work, there are bugs and kinks to be worked out, but designer Jeff Rowberg is ready and raring to meet those challenges head on. Sounds like a decent enough effort to fast forward Minority Report to the present.
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