Peregrine Glove Keyboard
Peregrine is a glove keyboard designer specifically for gamers. By using Peregrine you’re going to turn your hand into a keyboard and with snap of a finger you can make it work.
Got a game with a lot of commands, but are sick of supporting the Big Keyboard industry? Maybe you want to play your favourite games like those at http://www.poker.de or racing ones in a new and simplified way. Meet your rebel input replacement, the Peregrine. Demonstrated to us at E3, the Peregrine is basically an elastic glove with some wires sewn into it at various points. Connecting one of those points to conductive patches on the palm and thumb creates an electrical circuit, which the glove’s brain converts to a keypress. It’s like a glove but with power — a sort of power glove, if you will. The main application is MMOs, where you could touch your thumb and forefinger together to cast a spell in a role-playing game or touch your middle finger to your palm to heal yourself. Or your character, anyway. More impressions and some spec-ops intrigue after the break.
The glove is slated to cost $129, ship sometime this Fall, and since it’s basically just a USB keyboard it’ll work with almost everything.