There’s a sweatproof 1.2-inch LED screen that tells you which finger needs a fixin’, and the glove can even deliver audio commands to get your grip in line. The glove actually sounds useful for amateur golfers or as a practice tool, but since I don’t play golf (yet), I’ll probably have to use this for other solo sports. [SensoGlove via Engadget]
Digital Golf Glove Tells You Exactly How Hard To Grip It
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