Virtual Keyboard for Google Glass

Google Glass and wearables like it are going to change our world. It is true that many of them offer voice commands. But having a gesture controller for your wearable could make your life easier. That’s where the Virtual Keyboard comes into play. Designed by a team at Sweden’s Mälardalen University, this system has two bracelets you wear on your wrists to track the position of your fingers and hand movements. You can use this as your gesture-input and mouse, allowing you to use your gadget anywhere you go. Pretty clever if you ask us. Let’s hope the team gets the funding it needs to move forward with this project.

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