Researchers at the Double Research & Development Co. in Japan have developed a new five finger mouse that is capable of tracking the individual movements of each of your fingers and your thumb.
The mouse is designed to be used with a range of applications, like CAD, and can be used to replace a 3D mouse and a regular mouse, with the majority of the functions being able to be controlled with just one hand, have a look at the video of it in action below.
The 5 finger mouse is called the Amenbo and each of the fingers on the mouse is able to be detected and the computer can recognize each one individually, it works with Windows 7 at the moment and has support for multi-touch.
There are no details on when the Amenbo mouse will go on sale, as it is still in development at the moment.
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