Say goodbye to carpal tunnel syndrome, which affects 10% of the American workforce, and hello to “The Tap Strap”. This futuristic device isn’t a piece of jewelry, but rather a wearable keyboard that looks like brass knuckles of sorts. This virtual keyboard is compatible with iOS or Android devices, and has applications in the accessibility field, offering the vision impaired a speedier way of composing messages. Simply place your fingers through fabric loops, and each finger represents one of five vowels, while tapping a combination of fingers gets you different letters. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“Users insert their fingers and thumb into a chain of five rings to control and input text into smartphones, laptops, tablets, gaming consoles, and VR environments. The easy-to-use training app will help you get up to speed quickly and start saving your wrist from ruin,” reports Hi Consumption.