Those of you that use computer mice for long periods of time and are suffering from aches and pains in your hands or arms may be interested in a unique deformable mouse called the Tmouse.
The Tmouse is being marketed as the world’s very first deformable mouse and provides users with two types of ergonomic holding formations allowing you to change your grip from time to time as your hands dictate.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the economic mouse which has been designed by Tmouse Design and has taken to Kickstarter to raise the $10,000 it requires to make the jump into production.
Its designers and developers explain more about its inspiration, design and ergonomic functionality.
You may feel tired every day. Keeping the same posture or doing the same action for a long time will make people get fatigued, noting that even if this pose made you feel very comfortable at that time, like you sit for a long time or you want to stand up for a while, the same problem will occur to us all when we use the mouse. When you use some mouses designed with the ergonomic concept, at first time you will feel very comfortable while holding it in your hand, however, you will become tired over time, even have the feelings that a kind of fatigue replace another one, which means you are never free from the real fatigue. In other words we still need to change postures constantly to relieve fatigue.
A suitable mouse should make you comfortable when you hold it in your hand, which is convenient to control when you move fast. Also, this well-positioned mouse will not exhaust your energy after operated for a long time. That will be greater if it is good-looking and interesting. The mouse we designed has two kinds of grip methods. One is an ordinary grip method, it is very widespread, practice and efficient. However, it is not the one with most natural posture, because the index, middle and ring finger are not patulous at that time, and the muscles of hand are always in a tense state (see figures below)
For more information on the new TMouse jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge from $49.