Peregrine input glove is falcon amazing

This glove plugs into a USB port and can sense 30 hand gestures such as “finger-to-thumb”, “fist”, and maybe even “downward facing digit”.  No, not really, but it can allow the non-typing user to control a computer application solely by making hand gestures.  Perfect for driving here in New Jersey.  Peregrine is expected to hit the market in the fall of 2009, with a $129 price tag.

Gizmodo – Peregrine Overpowers the Power Glove, May Actually Work – peregrine glove

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