Talk to the hand with a phone in a 3D-printed glove

Designer's wearable mobile communication device has numbers on the fingers, so you dial and chat away by holding up your thumb and little finger in the universal symbol for "call me."

Glove One
Bryan Cera

Mobile phones: they're pretty handy, right? But holding one does mean your hand is tied up -- unless you don Glove One, a glove with a phone in it. Best of all, you can make it yourself.

Glove One is an art project by Milwaukee-based designer Bryan Cera. The numbers are located on the fingers, so you dial and chat away by holding up your thumb and little finger in the universal symbol for "call me."

It's made out of jointed bits of plastic, and here's the really clever part: you can print the plastic joints with a 3D printer to build your own gloved phone, making you look like Michael Jackson dialing out.

Glove One
Bryan Cera

Read more of " Talk to the hand with a phone in a 3D-printed glove " at Crave UK.

About the author

Rich Trenholm is a senior editor at CNET where he covers everything from phones to bionic implants. Based in London since 2007, he has travelled the world seeking out the latest and best consumer technology for your enjoyment.

 

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