Researchers at Purdue University have developed a soft sensor toolkit that could pave the way for more tactile wearables. Tragically dubbed "iSoft," the thin, rubbery device reacts to continuous movement, including touch and stretch controls. With its accompanying software platform, you can customize it to interact with everything from gamepads to televisions and phones. We've already seen Google and Levis team up on a smart jacket that lets you control newer handsets using gestures and haptic feedback. According to its creators, this latest sensor offers a low-cost way to get tactile tech into the hands of the masses.