Five-finger mouse works with hand recognition



The five-finger mouse developed by Japan-based robot venture Double Research & Development Co. keeps a track of movement and pressure applied by individual fingers and uses this information to interact with the computer. The Amenbo can carry out complex actions and keep an accurate track of the user’s movements. Users may also choose to employ less than five fingers at a time. In its current form, the device only works with Windows 7.

Via CrunchGear

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