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BEARTek Gloves Let You Command Mobile Devices Using Hand Gestures

By: Wes Walcott - Published: Oct 10, 2012 • References: gizmodo
Utilizing Bluetooth technology, BEARTek gloves can act as a controller for any electronic device that's tethered to it.

Once a device is paired with the gloves, all wearers need to do is touch their thumb to a finger point to execute various commands, such as answering a phone call or pausing a music track. The gloves are specifically designed to allow as many touch points as possible to allow for new features to be added without difficulty -- yes, there is a button located on the side of the index finger that can disable the function so you can use your hand freely without accidentally activating the commands.

Best of all, the hardware that powers the glove is a standalone module that can be easily removed and inserted into other pairs of BEARTek gloves, so you don't have to break the bank if you happen to get a hole in one of your mitts.