Sony have to think more laterally (or at least further down)
Every day we hear that Apple is not innovating enough. This patent proves that Sony is not either. On the surface, they seem to have a very groundbreaking product, but I say they have not thought laterally enough.
Thus, ladies and gentlemen, I present to you (drumroll please):
The Sony Xperia eMerkin (4G edition)!
Sony says: "the user can control the presentation slides simply by natural behavior like touching side burns".
What rubbish! That would just look stupid. My Xperia eMerkin's controls would merely require you to activate the interface 'down there' with a subtle caress or firm jab, whatever takes your fancy.
[Note 1: The manufacturer is not liable for legal issues that arise from publicly interacting with the Xperia eMerkin due to specific laws in your jurisdiction].
Sony says: "signals would come from actuators or the vibration motors used in mobile phones placed close to the skin".
Again, I think the Xperia eMerkin has it all over the so-called 'Smart Wig'. The positioning of the eMerkin makes it ideal for haptic feedback to the user.
Sony says: "additionally, the wearable computing device may comprise a laser pointer that is arranged in or on the wig".
And once more, the Xperia eMerkin takes the 'Smart Wig' concept and amps it up 11 notches. Imagine your next PowerPoint presentation, enlivened with a laser pointer that is guided by the expert thrusts of your hips. And imagine the surprise on your lover's face as they unzip your pantaloons and find that perhaps, yes, the sun really does shine out of your nether regions.
[Note 2: The manufacturer is not liable for blindness caused to either the user of their intimate partner(s)...oh who are we kidding, eMerkin owners would be highly unlikely to have intimate partner(s)! But legal asked us to put this in anyways].
You see Sony, this is what happens when you think outside the box.