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Nerve reading glove

Sensitive nerve reader on arm translates to PC actions
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Rather than following the gestures themselves, follow the nerve control messages to create gesture controlled input.
pashute, Jul 26 2012

Michael Jackson glove sells for $350,000 http://today.msnbc....sells/#.UBLPeUT0l-o
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       That's what Michael Jackson used.
sqeaketh the wheel, Jul 26 2012
  

       Sorry for the culture clash. I have no idea about Michael Jackson's songs or jokes about him. Could you please point me to a link?   

       I do remember "I just called to say I love you" from the radio as a kid.   

       Also a funny thing my brother told me about a hassidic wedding where he overheard someone say that MJ is the "Goyish Mordechai Ben David".   

       And I remember his skin treatments, his thing with young boys (or were those only rumors), and his conversion to Islam although his best friend was a Jewish rabbi - heard him on the radio on the day after MJ died.   

       (Perhaps he was killed ritually once he was converted, due to the above?)
pashute, Jul 26 2012
  

       Just from the title I had pictured interactive acupressure/massage gloves which would display the underlying nerve patterns of the massage-ee on little screens on the backs of the gloves.   

       ps I think the refference might be to his constantly wearing a single glove, and perhaps an acknowledgement of his crotch-grabbing habit.   

       See MJ link. And please note that "I just called to say I love you" was sung by the great Stevie Wonder, not MJ.
sqeaketh the wheel, Jul 27 2012
  

       Unless you plan on severing the nerve-pathway, the neuronal impulses will still result in movement, so why not just base the control off of that movement?
MikeD, Jul 30 2012
  
      
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