Nokia is already on the AoMS honor role of companies whose innovations we end up mentioning a lot. Not content to rest on these laurels, they’ve introduced a patent for fabric that can be used to implement gesture-based interfaces. The obvious application is for glove-type devices, but apparently the fabric can also be used on glasses or jewelry, with implications for people with dexterity impairments. Can we get ours in a tasteful floral print?

Pocket-lint: Nokia patents wearable phone controls

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