Being able to control devices from across the room is getting a thumbs-up from wearable tech with the new Fin, a gesture control ring that that will have your devices talking to your hand.
Fin is a ring worn on the thumb that enables gesture control of remote devices by touching segments of different fingers. It uses Bluetooth to communicate commands to connected devices based on which segment of each finger is touched. By using a smart device app, commands can be assigned to the Fin and just by motion of your thumb perform actions like changing the channel on your television, dial numbers on your phone, adjust the volume on a car radio or just about any action with Bluetooth device control. Fin uses an internal battery for power that is rechargeable and will last for about a week on a single charge.
Fin gives fans of wearable tech another small and fashionable means of gesture control for their devices and with its durable and waterproof design, it can keep up with you and all your daily activities. Fin is currently seeking funds on Indiegogo and will be shipping by mid-2014 with a retail price of 120 bucks.
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