Glove One

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Glove One is a wearable mobile communications device created by Bryan Cera,[1] a student of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. The prototype is a 3D-printed wearable "gauntlet", that also functions as a usable cell phone. Glove One was presented at the Peck School of the Arts MA/MFA Thesis Exhibition in April, 2012.[1]

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Glove One is a wearable cell phone that utilizes numbers on the inside of fingers to dial.[2] Cera says that the “wearable mobile communication device” is also art,[3] and describes it as "a cell phone which, in order to use, one must sacrifice their hand."[4] The parts for Glove One were entirely 3D printed, and used both recycled electronics as well as custom-made circuits.[5]

Cera states that plans for constructing a Glove One are in the future.[6]

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