Tongue-Controlled Devices Turn Your Cheek Into A Touchscreen

Tongue-Controlled Devices Turn Your Cheek Into A Touchscreen
technology

Athletes could interact with their phones on the slopes without having to use their hands.

Ross Brooks
  • 23 april 2014

A team at Osaka Prefecture University in Japan has developed technology that could be used by skiers and other extreme sports enthusiasts to control their mobiles with their tongue. This would provide an alternative to fumbling with your phone in the freezing cold, or trying to carry out fine grain movements while reeling from a surge of adrenaline.

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