Taking the mouse to the next level of evolution, Dr. Mark Bajramovic, president of Deanmark has developed a wearable mouse that is part glove and part wearable technology. It’s an evolution that is long overdo in our opinion seeing as how the mouse hasn’t changed in form much since it was introduced in the 80s. We all know about repetitive stress injuries like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome that cause intense pain and problems for those who sit at a desk most of the day. This new piece of wearable tech may be just what the doctor ordered when it comes to reducing those symptoms and even preventing them.
Set to be released within the next year for around $129, the AirMouse is an ergonomic solution to a problem that has been plaguing people since the first mouse was introduced. This innovative product turns the palm of your hand into the sensor and your index and middle fingers into the mouse buttons.
The inventors at Deanmark claim that it actually increases your speed and accuracy by aligning itself with the ligaments of your hand and wrist, allowing you to mouse better, faster, and longer. On top of that, the wearable mouse was designed to align itself with the ligaments of your hand and wrist, helping reduce pain associated with RSIs. The pieces are all interchangeable, the batteries last at least a week, and you can even select the color you want the glove to be made out of.
While it’s not a revolutionary device, it is an evolutionary device that is immediately deployable and useable in most all existing computing environments without any learning curve whatsoever. Pretty cool if you ask us! Learn more about the AirMouse at www.theairmouse.com