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The Keyglove Wearable Input Device Combines a Mouse and a Keyboard

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: kickstarter & technabob
Imagine a world where your keyboard and mouse were combined into one glove-like device. Believe it or not, such a device actually exists and it is called the Keyglove wearable input device, designed by Jeff Rowberg.

Jeff Rowberg is onto something big with his new Kickstarter project the Keyglove. The Keyglove lets users type, text and click into and out of pages using only one hand. The Keyglove works well for being in a prototype stage, with text input and clicks flowing as smoothly as if they were coming from a mouse or a keyboard.

Rowberg is seeking $10,000 to fine-tune and polish the Keyglove. Seeing as how he as already received nearly half of his asking amount, I wouldn't be shocked to see the Keyglove wind up on store shelves sooner rather than later. Stats for Universal Computer Gloves Trending: Older & Chilly
Traction: 1,789 clicks in 178 w
Interest: 1.7 minutes
Concept: Keyglove Wearable Input Device
Related: 52 examples / 40 photos
Segment: Males, 12-35
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