Mobile devices such as the iPhone and the iPad have become part of daily life for many of us - they are our phones, our navigation devices, our media players, our all-purpose, look-up-everything machines. But for those of us living in colder climates, there is a solid four- or five-month stretch where these gadgets also the bane of our existence - in order to use them, we have to shed the protective garments that keep our hands from turning into popsicles.
The iPhone's capacitive touchscreen relies on the conductive properties of the human body, which is why you cannot use your iPhone with most styluses or while you are wearing gloves. But, as they say, necessity is the mother of invention, and staying warm is one of the basic necessities of survival. So T&T come up with a clever idea: Touchless.