The touch panels of smartphones and tablets are known to react to the paws and nose heads of cats. But what about the tail? Can cats have tails and can operate smartphones?
The cat-shaped gloves "Cat's Tail Pretend Gloves" have been released by Felicimo Cat Club. If you use this, you may feel like you are operating a smartphone with your tail.
"Cat's Tail Pretend Gloves" are gloves made for cat lovers. The tail of the cat is drawn on the index finger, and the design makes it look like the tail is moving when you move your finger. Since it is compatible with smartphones, it is not necessary to remove gloves when checking for email and SNS updates.
Conductive fibers are sewn on the index finger and thumb for multi-touch.
The sizes are M and L for women. The design can be selected from three types of cats. Please refer to Felissimo's miscellaneous goods site "YOU + MORE!" For details on purchasing methods and prices.
Now, returning to the story of the tail at the beginning, when I asked a number of people who have cats to try it, it seems that the touch panel did not respond to the tail. Cats that use paws to operate smartphones will continue to occupy the majority.
By the way, cats are interested in both PC keyboards and tablet touch panels, but dogs are not interested in either. Where does this difference come from?