Augmented glove points you in the right direction

Augmented glove points you in the right direction
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This “Acceleration Sensing Glove”, similar in some ways to the sign-language translating glove, uses a 2 axis ADXL 202 accelerometer to input human hand gestures into computer interpreted symbols. Designed at UC Berkeley, the glove can also substitute for a mouse or any other simple input mechanism. Read more about its construction at the link below.

[via], Acceleration Sensing Glove

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