“Launching this quarter at a price of $25, the iRing responds to the gestures of your hand to perform specific tasks on an iOS device,” Whitney reports. “The double-sided ring talks to your device’s camera, which reads your various gestures. You simply move your hand up and down, left and right, or twist it around to control the action.”
“Created by IK Multimedia, the iRing supports the company’s music apps, including GrooveMaker and VocaLive,” Whitney reports. “But the company wants to expand the ring’s power beyond mere music apps. It’s encouraging developers of games, health and fitness software, and other mobile apps to take advantage of the technology.”
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