With Wolfee
Using Computers Has Never Been Easier & Healthier



Wolfee provides the healthiest, and most comfortable interfacing technology to the market. It helps prevent users from suffering health problems such as eyesight deterioration, wrist, neck and back pain etc., which are often caused by extensive usage of cell phones, and/or traditional mouse and keyboard on computers. Moreover, Wolfee can control assorted computing devices with intuitively designed commands, offering users a unified solution to communicate with these devices. This is in sharp contrast to the reality where users often have to switch between different methods to interact with them.

What is Wolfee?

Next Generation Interfacing Device

Wolfee is a wireless hand-held Human Computer Interfacing (HCI) device. Via Bluetooth, Wolfee remotely connects to computers, laptops, smart phones, or tablets, allowing you to perform almost all computing tasks from your most comfortable seat in the room.

Wolfee is ergonomically designed to best fit the shape of a human hand. Your fingers, wrist, elbow, and shoulder can rest naturally without stressing any muscle, in contrary to a traditional setting with a desk, a mouse, and a keyboard.

Innovative & Integrated Solution

Wolfee integrated four essential HCI elements into one device:

  • Mechanic
  • Touch
  • Motion
  • Gesture

These methods are combined intuitively, allowing Wolfee to handle complicated HCI tasks at ease, and produce fast and precise responses.

Multi-Functional Controller

Straight out-of-box, Wolfee provides functions typically require multiple input devices. With a driver or app on the host side, Wolfee's functionalities are further extended to cover more applications.

Mouse

Full-fledged mouse functions including left button, right button, wheel, and pan operations.

Keyboard

Wolfee generates many functional keys on a regular keyboard, such as Enter, Spacebar, Arrows etc., by finger movements. Wolfee also controls inherent soft keyboards from computing devices, providing access to full keyboard functions.

Game Controller

Wolfee can be used to play many computer or tablet games. User may need some simple configuration.

Presenter

Wolfee is a powerful presenter.

Media Controller

Wolfee can switch from normal mode to media control mode with a driver or app installed on the host side. In this mode, Play/Pause, Volume Up/Down are all single-click operations.

3D Controller

Wolfee can manipulate objects in 3D space with six degree freedom, when a driver or app is installed on the host side.

Much More

Wolfee can easily be configured to control smart TV, IoT, and VR/AR devices with certain hardware and software modifications.


User Friendly Design

Wolfee is designed with users' health and convenience at heart. Some of the key features are listed below:

  • Remote control
  • Free movement
  • Ergonomic design
  • Fast response
  • Precision
  • User energy efficiency
  • Intuitive operations
  • Healthy interactions
  • Blind control
  • Power indicator
  • USB recharge
  • Long standby time
  • Motion wakeup
  • Power Saving mode
  • Command history
  • and more ...

In Conclusion

Wolfee gives users unprecedented freedom to decide where and how they would like to do their job. At the same time, it greatly minimizes health hazards often associated with modern day excessive computer usage.

Updates

We won CES 2018 Innovation Awards!

Posted on November 9, 2017

We are more than excited to announce that we have been named a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree for our product "Wolfee"- A wireless, handheld device designed to allow users to control computers and smartphones from any position they choose, seated or standing. Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, independent engineers and members of the trade media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting edge consumer electronics products across 28 product categories.

The prestigious CES Innovation Awards are sponsored by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™, the owner and producer of CES 2018, the global gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, and have been recognizing achievements in product design and engineering since 1976. Entries are evaluated on their engineering, aesthetic and design qualities, intended use/function and user value, unique/novel features present and how the design and innovation of the product directly compares to other products in the marketplace. Products chosen as CES Innovation Honorees reflect innovative design and engineering in some of the most cutting edge tech products and services coming to market.

For more details, please check out the official CES 2018 website at:

http://www.ces.tech/Events-Experiences/Innovation-Awards-Program/Honorees.aspx

Air Mouse

Posted on October 1, 2017

Triple clicking the side button will toggle the air mouse functionality on or off, that is to activate or deactivate motion sensing for cursor movement.

Another great review on Wolfee

Posted on September 30, 2017

"Go beyond the mouse and keyboard” - Renowned tech-enthusiasts TechnoBuffalo, has reviewed Wolfee, the newest smart control device in the market. They're excited with its current functions and features and can't wait to see what it can do in the future!

Watch more to see how Wolfee can revolutionize the future of human computer interfacing (HCI) - launching on Kickstarter: October 3, 2017!

Keyboard: Esc

Posted on September 28, 2017

Double clicking the side button is equivalently sending keyboard function key Escape.

When a user is watching a video in full screen mode on a Windows machine, this action usually takes the application out of this mode. On an Android phone, it usually takes a user out of the current app, which is a very useful short cut.

Keyboard: Arrows

Posted on September 22, 2017

Clicking on the four sides of the top button, namely left, right, upper, and lower, is equivalently sending keyboard function keys of LeftArrow, RightArrow, UpArrow, and DownArrow, respectively.


Click then hold down on the four sides of the top button, is equivalent to click then hold down corresponding arrow keys.

Wolfee Reviewed

Posted on September 16, 2017

Wolfee has been reviewed by the popular vlogger Jonny Paula. Check out his experience with Wolfee.

Keyboard: Page Jumping

Posted on September 10, 2017

Double tapping the four sides of the top surface, namely left, right, upper, and lower, is mapping to trigger keyboard function keys of Home, End, PageUp, and PageDown, respectively.

Our Facebook fanpage is coming online today!

Posted on September 8, 2017

Check out latest updates on the company and product, participate in user engagement activities, share our cool concept and features with your friends on: https://www.facebook.com/WolfeeTech/

Nap Mode & Motion Wakeup

Posted on August 31, 2017

When the device is inactive more than 2 minutes, it will turn off the LED indicator and other auxiliary circuits to save power. All the main circuits for CPU and Bluetooth communications are running normally.

To get out of this Nap mode, simply nudge the device any where or start using it by touching or clicking on its buttons.

Scroll Up & Down

Posted on August 26, 2017

The front button also has a touch sensitive surface. Swiping your index finger up & down on the front surface, is equivalently scrolling up & down of your internet explorer or any other application that has the scroll bar available.

Select, then Copy & Paste

Posted on August 25, 2017

To perform a Select operation, move the cursor by your thumb on the top surface to your intended location, click and hold the front button, then move the cursor to mark your selection area. Release the front button when you are done with the selection.

Click the side button to invoke the Right Click Context Menu to perform Copy, and Paste, respectively.

Buttons and cursor movement

Posted on August 21, 2017

Wolfee has three buttons: a front button, a side button, and a top button. When you are holding it naturally, your index finger, middle finger, and thumb will rest on these three buttons respectively.

The top button has a touch sensitive surface. Move your thumb across the top surface, the cursor on your computing device will move accordingly.


Click on the front button with your index finger is equivalent to click on the left button of a mouse. Similarly, click on the side button with your middle finger is equivalent to click on the right button of a mouse.

The above and left gif figures are depicting how these actions are performed.

Our official website is coming online today!

Posted on August 21, 2017

In this section, we will mainly update you on Wolfee's features, functions, tips, and insights. We will also post here news coverage, public opinions regarding our product and company. Stay tuned.

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Frequently Asked Questions

After a user pairs up the computing device (computer, laptop, cell phone, or tablet etc) with Wolfee through Bluetooth, he can wirelessly control the computing device right away. For better viewing experience, he may choose to connect the device to a big screen or immersive display (TV, projector, or VR goggle) either wirelessly or via cable.
For basic mouse and keyboard functions, you do not need to install a driver or app on the computing device. However by installing a driver or app, Wolfee can offer you extended functionalities and improved user experience.
No, you don't. Neither should you point it to your computing device that is connected to the display. Not like Infrared commonly used in TV remotes, Bluetooth is not a line-of-sight connection. You can hold Wolfee in any direction, and still be able to control your device as you wish.
Computing devices meeting the following requirements will work with Wolfee. a) supports Bluetooth 4.2 (BLE) and up, b) enables onscreen cursor, c) outputs screen. Most Windows, Android systems, and Macbooks that are commercially avaiable in recent couple of years should work well with Wolfee. Unfortunately, iPhone and iPad cannot, because Apple would not allow onscreen cursor on these touch driven devices.
Wolfee runs on Lithium-Ion battery that can be recharged with a microUSB cable, similar to how you recharge a cell phone.