THE STRAITS TIMES, 20 AUG 2020.
At a work meeting, you flex your index finger in a horizontal direction to change a presentation slide to the next one on a screen metres away without using a keyboard or a remote clicker and you rotate your wrist to go back to previous slides when needed.
Back at home, you boot up your favourite video game and flex that same finger to fire your in-game weapon, rotating your wrist to move your character forward.
Doing all these and more could one day be possible with a smart glove developed by a National University of Singapore (NUS) team of researchers.
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