Belt: Wearable Touch Input Device for Head-worn Displays

Here is a cool belt that lets you interact with head-worn displays more easily. It has a touch surface that goes around your hip, allowing you to access the information and applications you need quickly. Here is what the developers had to say about it:

In a qualitative user study with 14 participants we found out that for short interactions (2-4 seconds), most of the surface area is considered as appropriate input space, while for longer interactions (up to 10 seconds), the front areas above the trouser pockets are preferred.

You can find out more information about this project here. What do you think? How would you improve this?

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