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Loring / remote control

Loring
Loring

The Loring is a ring with a special rotating component, used to control media and devices while freeing the hands.
A built-in microphone can send commands to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
Simply say what is needed to be done, and rotate the ring.
For example, the user can say “Loring, brightness,” then rotate the ring to control brightness.
Other examples of use would be scrolling through web pages, flipping pages, volume control, or playlist navigation.
The Loring can also be used with TVs and projectors to replace the remote control.

University

Rochester Institute of Technology

Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, NY, United States

Hengbo Zhang,
Rochester Institute of Technology