UOB Gloves is a wireless USB gesture input system that enables a person to use a computer by performing intuitive hand and finger motions in the air. While wearing a glove controller on the right hand, the user can move the cursor by forming a pointing gesture and click by curling the index finger or thumb. Other right hand gestures enable scrolling and provide access to various keyboard shortcuts. Wearing a glove device on the left hand allows the user to type different keys through a combination of tilting the hand and touching different portions of the palm and fingers with the thumb. The left and right controllers are attached to each other but communicate to the computer wirelessly through a base station.
This project was contributed by Cornell University .
For a complete list of projects based on V-USB see Objective Development's projects list.