Synthetic Fingertip Gloves Help People Use Their Phones

Synthetic Fingertip Gloves Help People Use Their Phones

Special stickers are able to replicate a human fingertip so that users can make any glove compatible with their devices

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 16 november 2016

Gloves may be vital to starving off frostbite on your fingers, but they certainly make using a phone nigh-on impossible. While there are gloves that trick phones into thinking there is skin contact, phones that require actual fingerprints to unlock present a whole new challenge. TAPS hopes to offer a solution with their synthetic fingertip gloves that feature stickers, enabling users to touch features on their phone.

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