The Fuffr iPhone case allows you to control your phone, outside your phone. In other words, you are no longer limited to your phone's screen when it comes to controlling it. The case operates by transforming the area surrounding your phone into a gestural interface. For those of you curious about how it works, it apparently uses a motion sensor to communicate with your phone through Bluetooth.
Created by a Stockholm-based team of engineers, Fuffr has the unprecedented ability to track multi-touch interactions and pitch-to-zoom actions. Following the launch of their demo last month, the developers are offering free kits via their website.
This case will come in handy for those with big hands or less-than-great finger coordination, especially for using apps like Google maps which would benefit from enhanced usability.
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