Microsoft system to use human skin as input device
Imagine using your arm as a iPhone keyboard - that's the concept of a new computer system by Microsoft called Skinput.
Using sign-language-like movements, you could control a gadget in your pocket through a Bluetooth connection.
It would also allow you to send text messages by tapping your arm in certain places, but don't expect Skinput to hit the market for another 2 to 7 years.
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