Nokia’s Ring That Can Control Your Mobile Phone

Nokia’s Ring That Can Control Your Mobile Phone

Nokia Research Center creates subtle input device for phones that looks like a piece of jewelry.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 april 2011

Researchers at Nokia have created a magnetic ring that works as an input device from which you can control your mobile phone. The ring is called Nenya, the name of Galadriel’s ring in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and it is tracked by a wrist-worn ‘baselet’, which connects to the users phone via Bluetooth.

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