GAUNTLET keyboard glove lends you one handed typing capability for any Bluetooth device
Designed by couple of former design students to solve the problem of typing on smartphone or computer with one hand alone, this DIY wireless typing glove could make it big in the future. Right now in beta stage the project is code named as G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. (General Accessible Universal Nomadic Tactile Low-power Electronic Typist) which lends people with stroke debilitation or missing hand new opportunity to have a helping hand in literal sense.
The GAUNTLET keyboard glove has been created by Jiake Liu (co-founder Kabob.it, menu service for eateries) using electrically conductive embroidered letters which sends signal the output device (iPhone, Android phone or tablets) via Bluetooth connectivity. The keys for particular letters are placed between joints of each finger for an ergonomic typing experience sans any unnatural hand gestures. The glove weights less than two ounces including the weight of battery.