Samsung may have recently unveiled two smart watches and the Gear Fit, but the manufacturer isn't finished with wearables just yet. Tonight, in a post to Samsung Tomorrow, Samsung unveiled Samsung Fingers, a smart glove with features that truly revolutionize your hand experience.

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The device carries a Super Emo-LED display "for the technology-sensitive consumer," and a 16MP camera, along with Wi-Fi connectivity and a boatload of amazing all-over-hand features.

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Samsung is looking to fundamentally change the way people interact with one another with Fingers. When you're already in a conversation and someone else wants to join, you can simply have them "talk to the hand," recording their input on Fingers until you're ready to listen to it later.

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The world's first all-over-hand wearable also has palm recognition, whereby the smart glove can sense information related to what a user is holding, and provide helpful feedback on what the user should do with that object. Carrying a smoothie around on a hot summer day? Fingers can help maintain its chilly temperature by manipulating potential and kinetic energy.

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What's more, Fingers features "Voice & Snap AMP" which helps users get attention, promising to amplify snapping or speech "to the point where it overwhelms other people." No longer will your important comments go unnoticed.

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Besides all that, Fingers offers solar charging "by elegantly raising your hand towards the sun," along with phone gestures, "pull my finger" flatulence auditory reproduction, a laser pointer, fashionable glove variations, and more. To see Samsung's full (Fool?) announcement, hit the link below.

Source: Samsung Tomorrow