Magnima plans to introduce its innovative AirPoint Ring at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2022) in Las Vegas on January 5-8. The device is the world’s first wireless and wearable mouse, offering both air and surface tracking. The innovative product is designed for teachers, instructors, and speakers. The product concept was first exhibited at CES 2020 with a refined prototype being exhibited virtually the following year.
The AirPoint Ring allows users to change slides with air gestures and the flick of any finger. Wearing the ring allow teachers and speakers to be away from their desk with unlimited freedom to present from anywhere. No need to rely on another person to control presentations, which often interrupts the flow.
The AirPoint Ring’s lead developer Anoop Joseph learned modern-day teaching involves showing videos and controlling multiple apps while circulating the classroom, requiring a new innovative product.
AirPoint has been issued three patents and is available from Amazon and the Magnima website.