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Vibrating texting glove
Allows the wearer to compose and transmit messages to smartphones.
Intended for people who are both deaf and blind and use Lorm. Lorm assigns letters of the alphabet to different parts of fingers and palm.
Textile pressure sensors on the glove allow the user to compose a message using Lorm, then transmit it to the intended recipient through Bluetooth.
Created by: Design Research Lab, Germany
Winter night biking gloves
Conductive fibers knit into the fingertip and palm areas. Making a fist closes the circuit and lights up the LED arrows on the backs of the hands. The conductive thread in the fingertips also enables gloves-on touchscreen use.
Credit: Irene Posch
Wireless Music touch glove
Used with a piano keyboard. Vibrates your fingers so that you know which keys to play when learning the instrument.
Credit: Georgia Tech