Yeanpaul Bonilla

Yeanpaul Bonilla

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Autodesk Research team presented the Magic Finger, a fingertip-mounted input device "which supports always-available input."    A couple of things distinguish it from a mere finger-mounted mouse: One, it contains a tiny camera that can distinguish different textures, enabling context-aware actions; for example, the device could be programmed to send different commands depending on what it was touching, i.e. swiping your cotton shirt answers your cell phone.

Autodesk Research team presented the Magic Finger, a fingertip-mounted input device "which supports always-available input." A couple of things distinguish it from a mere finger-mounted mouse: One, it contains a tiny camera that can distinguish different textures, enabling context-aware actions; for example, the device could be programmed to send different commands depending on what it was touching, i.e. swiping your cotton shirt answers your cell phone.