Designer Michelle Vandy has come up with a clever way to avoid repetitive strain injury, she uses here nose instead of her hands to draw and control her MacBook.
Michele uses a combination of an Apple Magic Trackpad, plus a tripod and a stand, and has created a unique way to draw using her nose, have a look at the video below which explains how the device works.
I was sitting in my room late one evening fiddling around with this external touchpad I had lying on my desk and without thinking, lifted it up to eye level and touched it with my nose. “Click”. I tried swiping too – it worked! I opened up photoshop with shaking fingers, hadn’t opened it in months! I had a few more goes holding the trackpad to my nose and swiping left and right, up and down and the movements felt strangely natural to me.
You can find out more details, and read the interesting story on how Michelle Vandy decided to swap using he hands and instead use her nose for her work at the link below.Filed Under: Design News, Technology News, Top News