Talon Is The World’s First Smart Ring Gaming Controller

Talon Is The World’s First Smart Ring Gaming Controller

Wouldn’t it be great if you could control your games with just the flick of a finger? Innovative motion controlling technologies like the Microsoft Kinect brought us so close, but it seems that widespread adoption just wasn’t possible. Luckily with a smart ring like the Talon, you’ll be able to use your finger’s natural movements to control your favorite mobile games on all of your smart devices such as phones, tablets, smart TVs, VR headsets, smart watches and smart IoT devices.

Talon Is The World’s First Smart Ring Gaming Controller

So how does it work? Let’s take a racing game for example. Turning your finger left will steer the car to the left and vice versa. Likewise on a platformer, you’ll be able to control on on-screen character by moving your finger left, right, or bouncing it up and down to reproduce jumping on the screen. The end result is a fluid gaming experience which makes you feel like you’re really the character which is on the screen.

The biggest benefit of the Talon is the fact that it’s so small. Most motion gaming technology is needlessly clunky and heavy whereas Talon is so small and lightweight that you’ll never even notice that you’re wearing it. Talon comes in over 7 different colors so there’ll be a gaming ring that will definitely suit your personality. Be sure to check out their Indiegogo page if you’re interested.

Talon Is The World’s First Smart Ring Gaming Controller

Talon Is The World’s First Smart Ring Gaming Controller
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