New LED speed cameras that snare drivers on phone, eating or smoking at The 'Yellow Vultures' have landed! Today's headlines Most Read Stunning panoramic image of the far side of the moon is captured by China's Chang'e-4 lander as the 'Jade It can also serve as a joystick for controlling video games. It can transform your smartphone from a cold, hard brick into a friend with a finger that strokes your hand every so often. Actuators, or motors, are mounted in each link of the finger to give it a full range of motion.
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MobiLimb adds a FINGER to your phone that strokes your wrist and mimes emoji to you
It's unclear if the average consumer wants their smartphone to be able to come crawling back to them, but should they want it to, MobiLimb is the perfect device for that. For gamers, it could be used as a controller or joystick to manipulate virtual objects, such as a character in a video game. The best all in one wireless speaker you'll ever hear: Smartphone makers are trying other forms of biometric authentication — such as iris or facial recognition — but how long until those techniques are hacked too? You are commenting using your Twitter account. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.