AirMouse lets you wear it like a glove

The wearable mouse works on wireless, uses an optical laser, runs a week on a single charge, and is said to be pretty fast and accurate as it functions by aligning itself with the ligaments of your hand and wrist.

AirMouse
Deanmark

Canadian firm Deanmark's wearable mouse comes almost close to aping the glove interface worn by Tom Cruise's character in "Minority Report." Though it's no power glove or highly calibrated gaming hand sock like the Peregrine gauntlet , the AirMouse does seem capable of addressing repetitive strain injuries. Even with the best of ergonomic mice at your fingertips, there's no avoiding wrist fatigue. Take it from yours truly.

Since a certain late entertainment icon has made the one-gloved look chic, you shouldn't feel weirded out donning the AirMouse around your palm. This rodent works on wireless, uses an optical laser, runs a week on a single charge, and is said to be pretty fast and accurate as it functions by aligning itself with the ligaments of your hand and wrist.

AirMouse
Deanmark

Certainly, when Deanmark outs this later in the year (for a "modest" $129), we'd love to get our mitts on something this cool, particularly when it comes to testing out the claim that the AirMouse remains inactive while your hand is placed flat, allowing you to type and mouse easily.

(Source: Crave Asia via Gizmag)

 

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