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Robotic grip gloves
Developed by General Motors and NASA. When the pressure increases in the finger tips, the glove tendons retract, holding the pressure and reducing the amount of force needed to hold the tool.
You can grip tools for longer without getting tired.
Credit: General Motors
Show and Tell Glove
Equipped with flex sensors in the fingertips, a gyroscope, accelerometer and a Lilypad Arduino, the glove detect hand gestures and translates them into text messages on an Android phone.
Created by Oleg Imanilov, Tomer Daniel and Zvika Markfeld.
Credit: Toms Guide
Wearable handheld keyboard
The keys are designed to be part of the glove, worn on the hand and operated with the fingers. Wires connect the keyboard to the rest of the system.
Developed at the University of Toronto.
Credit: Science Photo Library