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Turn Your Finger into Your Very Own Computer Mouse! VANZY: Launching this June on Kickstarter

NEW YORK, NY, June 11, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — The machine-learning wearable device manufacturer, “CoX Space,” is unveiling “VANZY” – the innovative product that lets you control a variety of devices – this June on Kickstarter. CoX Space has previously launched “SNOWL” on Kickstarter in 2021, where it received over $250,000 dollars in funding. Now, CoX Space is back with VANZY, the new and improved version of SNOWL.

A wireless wearable mouse with a ring-like form factor, VANZY uses gestures to put you in control of your devices. VANZY recognizes up to 7 gestures in ring form, and an additional 4 gestures in its bar cradle form. Using VANZY is as simple as spinning your finger in a circle, or moving your finger left, right, up, or down. This impressive level of intuitive and simple controls makes using VANZY a cinch for users of all ages.

If you’re listening to music while you’re in the car, out on a jog, or in any other situation where it’s tough to use your hands, a simple wave of the hand will pause, turn the volume up or down, or skip to the next track. And when you’re presenting at school or at work, VANZY is everything a clicker can do and more. If you’re looking for a product that can take daily life convenience to the next level, look no further than VANZY.

Another eye-catching feature is VANZY’s ability to pair with multiple devices at once. This should come in handy for all of you creative types out there. Let’s say you have your phone and laptop paired with VANZY. Just swipe down to take a selfie from your phone, then turn your finger clockwise to turn the volume up on the video playing from your laptop. But that’s not all – there’s even an air mouse mode, which is great for gaming. Plus, the device is water resistant, so you can also use it while you’re cooking or taking a shower.

VANZY also sports a next-generation 9DoF sensor, which is a step-up from the 6DoF sensors we see in other gyro motion products. The high-performing 3D spatial recognition from this sensor works in tandem with the machine learning algorithms programmed into the state of the art semi-conductor chip set for even better gesture recognition. And, if you want a more personal touch, the VANZY app also lets you configure custom gesture controls for your device.

The compatibility of VANZY in the Metaverse and other VR spaces is also drawing consumer interest. The gyro controls and unique ring form-factor make VANZY a truly immersive way to watch VR YouTube videos. CoX Space also plans to regularly upgrade VANZY’s software, so you’ll be able to use their mouse with other VR and AR device interfaces that we’ll undoubtedly be seeing in the future.

VANZY is the successor to SNOWL, a ring mouse that was previously launched on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. VANZY improves upon SNOWL’s original design in several ways. For instance, VANZY is made with fortified glass instead of plastic for a smoother, stronger material. Also, SNOWL’s joystick cradle has been swapped out for a more ergonomic bar cradle. The bar cradle even lets you use the device while it’s charging. There are plenty of other usability improvements as well, but CoX Space has managed to improve so much, all while selling VANZY at an even lower price than its predecessor.

VANZY launches this June with a special Kickstarter discount, and includes a warrantee for 1 year of free product defect repairs after shipment.


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