An exciting new wearable input device invention called the Bluetooth Ring is preparing to come to market. An active Kickstarter campaign is underway to support mass production.
Mashable described the ring: “Logbar CEO Takuro Yoshida gave a detailed demonstration of the silver interactive device last year in San Francisco, and now Ring is available for purchase through a Kickstarter campaign.
By recognizing finger gestures, Ring allows the wearer to write text messages by simply drawing in the air. The same dynamic allows the wearer to access apps by drawing designated shapes in the air. For example, drawing a music note could access your music player, while drawing an envelope shape would allow you to access your email.”
Go to the Kickstarter Page to view the video, press kit, and more information about the BlueTooth Ring.