Want to hold up an iPad as you give a talk, but afraid that you'll drop it as you gesticulate with your hands? Here's a clever way to keep control over your device while limiting risk, as seen at this weekend's Voices that Matter iPhone conference in Seattle. iPhone developer and author Andrew Donaho demonstrates the "iPad glove," a simple iPad grip in the gallery at the bottom of this post.
The glove, made of leather and fabric, attaches to your iPad using stretchy corner bands (there are both 2-corner and 4-corner versions of the holder), and then lets you hold up the device easily with just one hand, leaving the other free to point out app features or otherwise gesture. It is being developed by TKO Solutions in Austin, Texas. To learn more about the product, you can drop Andrew an email and ask him about it.