Whenever we first saw the Ringbow finger peripheral, it had been a gangly prototype, tethered for an external battery — not exactly perfect for a portable tablet accessory. The concept would be to strap a D-pad into a user’s finger, netting them extra control for touch-based games.
Now the duo behind these devices is showcasing a self-contained unit on Kickstarter, looking to garner enough interest to deliver it off to production. The Bluetooth-compatible band boasts an adjustable one-size-fits-all grip, a nine-way directional nub as well as a five hour battery-life.
A $ 45 contribution buys a typical black Ringbow as well as a game package, though more generous backers can score additional colors, exclusive hardware and dev kits. Without $ 100, 000 in support, yet , the ring defintely won’t be minted.
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