3D Printed Glove Is A Wearable Mobile Phone

3D Printed Glove Is A Wearable Mobile Phone
technology

Bryan Cera's 'Glove One' is a functional design prototype that lets users talk into their hand.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 may 2012

Milwaukee-based designer Bryan Cera has created a piece of wearable tech in the form of a 3D printed glove that functions as a mobile communication device. Glove One is a functional design prototype, which features number, power and call keys on the fingers. It was designed as part of a series called Gadgets for Remembering the Future, which showcased as part of the UW-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts MA/MFA Thesis Exhibition.

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