|Mouthstick being used on iPhone screen|
Products like the iPad and iPhone have capacitive touchscreens, which means that it measures a change in electric charge when your finger touches the screen.
(Want to learn more? How Stuff Works has a great little explanation and graphic: http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/iphone1.htm)
Solution? A little company called iFaraday, makes a stylus for capacitive touchscreens, and has been nice enough to also make mouthsticks for them. They have done some good research into the materials that work best for this task. See for yourself: http://www.ifaraday.com/Capacities.html.
A similar product, developed by a mouthstick user, comes in various lengths: http://www.facebook.com/pages/IBilityStick/112730578809399?sk=wall.
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