Wepoint is an innovative wearable mouse that allows you to control computers and tablets by moving a single finger: the crowdfunding campaign has already raised more than 4000 dollars.
Turn your finger into a mouse! This is the slogan that accompanies the crowdfunding campaign for the launch of Wepoint. It is an innovative wearable technology that allows you to interact with electronic devices (tablet, pc, smart tv) with a simple hand movement. The device – developed by Sowego – is similar to a ring equipped with an electromagnetic motion sensor, Bluetooth chip and rechargeable lithium battery. Wepoint is worn on the hand and is compatible with most Android and Windows 10 devices such as smartphones, computers, tablets and smart TVs. Soon, compatibility for iOS smartphone/tablet and any other device with Bluetooth connectivity will also be built-in. Using Wepoint is as easy as moving a finger! Simply wear the headband on your palm and the ring on your middle finger, adjusting the width according to the width of your hand. As your finger moves up and down, the cursor moves vertically and covers the entire screen. When your finger moves left and right, the cursor moves horizontally. To select an item or click on a link, simply press the touch button located on the left side of the “finger mouse”.
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Wepoint: the innovative finger mouse
“Every day, we use various electrical devices, cell phones, computers, tablets, TVs, etc. We use them for both entertainment and work. While interacting with the mobile phone and tablet, we have to hold the device and slide on it. When interacting with the computer, we sit still at the table and maintain the same posture for several hours, moving and clicking with the mouse or sliding the touchpad. We want a more relaxed way to control these devices. Apart from that, an increasing number of people are suffering from health problems caused by the wrong posture of electronic devices, such as shoulder, neck, back pain, etc. With a background of professional electromagnetic tracking technology, our team members continue to explore a smarter and more convenient way to control these devices every day. For the past four years, we have dedicated ourselves to the research and development of touchless user interfaces (TUI), adopting our patented 3D electromagnetic gesture tracking technology. After thousands of experiments and improvements, we have now done it!”.
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