The Japanese company Double Research & Development presented a manipulator Amenbo. It allows you to control your computer, using all five fingers.Amenbo consists of six main elements, such as support under the palm and five stands under the fingers, which are connected with the support of wires. In each stand, built-in sensor that tracks finger movement, and calculates the pressure which has a finger on the stand. The developers claim that the device can be used to run programs that require precise positioning such as editors of 3D-graphics. Unlike Kinect, Amenbo captures not only the movement of the arm, but also the pressure that the fingers exert on the surface.
From sensory panels manipulator features the ability to see each finger on separately. At the moment device can connect to the computer with the operating system Windows 7.