Nod’s technology builds on the human behavior of pointing.

Dragging your fingers all over your screen is so 2011. Enter the gesture control ring, a new type of input device that lets you control all your smart devices with your movements. Developed by the eponymous Nod Labs, the freshly launched Nod is the newest entry into this soon-to-be fiercely competitive field.

“There has always been a computing revolution around new input methods – the keyboard, the mouse, the touchscreen,” said Anush Elangovan, founder and CEO of Nod Labs. “Nod’s touchless interaction is the next such revolution, where the human body becomes the input device.”

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