Samsung unveiled the world’s first wearable and virtual input device called “Scurry.” The company developed the product last October but has been keeping the product on the shelf due to difficulties in commercializing it. Simply put, Scurry is a next-generation glove-like, wearable mouse that allows a user to punch in letters without a keyboard, scroll up and down and control a cursor. When mass production is realized, Scurry will be manufactured in two types _ a glove-type and ring-type. The virtual input device transmits the command signal to the computer by sensing the changes in the movement and angles of the fingers.