A group of expert techies have recently created a wearable technology, dubbed as 'GoGlove,' which will allow smartphone users to control it with the tap of a finger even while, it stays put in their pocket or purse.
The GoGlove has been designed to allow people running, biking, walking or hitting the slopes to use their music, camera, GoPro, or listen to texts by tapping their fingers rather than taking the phone out and manually using it, Discovery News reported.
According to GoGlove Designer Eric Ely, a Bluetooth module in the glove is connected to sensors in the fingertips and each sensor controls different functions on the phone when it's tapped.
Its main purpose is to give users more control over their devices. By connecting the gloves to the GoGlove app, the user can set the function that each finger controls, he further added.
GoGlove's Bluetooth module can be removed from the glove and used in warmer weather. The module can be clipped onto a shirt or bike and can still control the smartphone.