This looks like some kind of house arrest monitoring bracelet, or a baby’s teething toy, but it is actually an in air mouse designed for consumers who connect their PC or Mac to the TV. Theuses Freespace motion control and pointing technology … and I guess it must work similarly to a Wii control, since hand motions control it. No matter what, it’s a conversation starter.
The Loop pointer’s distinctive design is round and ergonomic with just four buttons and a scroll wheel. Using Hillcrest Labs’ patented Freespace® motion control technology, the Loop pointer lets consumers control an on-screen cursor with natural hand motions. Consumers can lean back, relax, hold the device in any position, and control their favorite online video sites, photo sites, music sites, and more on the computer or television screen. Consumers can purchase the Loop pointer at www.amazon.com for just $77 as part of a current promotion.or
I know! This is the remote control Homer Simpson would have wanted. “Mmmm … donuts!”