This week Apple announced AssistiveTouch, a radical system for controlling your Apple Watch without touching it.
Aimed at users with limited mobility and limb differences, it very cleverly utilizes features already built in to the Watch to provide new ways of interacting with the screen. In addition to the gyroscopic pointer shown above, it can react to hand and finger motions:
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I'm often working outside with gloves on, that I have to pull off to pause a podcast or turn an alarm off on my Apple Watch. I am dying to try this.