Peregrine

Body Location

Worn on the Hand

Primary Application

Gaming & Entertainment

About Peregrine

The Peregrine is a hi-tech glove designed for gamers that works as a controller thanks to sensors located on the tip of the fingers The hi-tech wearable device includes 18 touch points and 3 activator pads that allow for over 30 programmable actions. By touching finger tips with the thumb, the users can control their game in a quicker and easier manner. Peregrine connects to a computer using a USB cable attached to a removable magnetic break-away pod. Furthermore, the glove has additional features such as ventilation spots and is washable.

Company

Iron Will Innovations Canada

Device Name

Peregrine

Product Release

September 2010

Price

$149.95 USD

Peregrine Network


Components

Touch Interface

Power Source

External Source

Connectivity

USB

Compatibility

Windows, OSX & Linux

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