ManiGlove literally puts iPhone control at your fingers

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ManiGlove literally puts iPhone control at your fingers

Change the volume with your fingers.

(Credit: ManiGlove)

While we’re waiting for Google Glass to reach the masses, there are plenty of other wearable technology options to keep us busy. One newcomer is the ManiGlove, an iPod and iPhone control glove raising funds on Kickstarter.

The Version 1 ManiGlove looks a lot like a golfing glove, but it contains a rechargeable battery and Bluetooth for hooking up to your iPhone or iPod . Touch your thumb and different fingers together to change the volume, navigate songs, activate Siri, or control a PowerPoint presentation. Conductive pressure points trigger the commands.

Originally, creator Scott Dixon thought up the glove as an easy way to control music while exercising. The glove is supposedly lightweight and breathable, so it can be worn even when you’re out running and getting all hot and sweaty. The battery is good for about 15 hours on a charge, which should get you through a few marathons.

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ManiGlove literally puts iPhone control at your fingers

ManiGlove literally puts iPhone control at your fingers

ManiGlove literally puts iPhone control at your fingers

ManiGlove literally puts iPhone control at your fingers

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