Now you can play Angry Birds using a touch-sensitive second skin
It’s more fun when you’re wearing the controllerKim et al., Science (2016)By Paul MarksYou’ve always wanted to play Angry Birds by jabbing at your arm. Haven’t you? A transparent and stretchy touchpad that you wear on your forearm lets you control apps and games on a separate screen. Designed by Chong-Chan Kim and his colleagues at Seoul National University...
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