Celluon EvoMouse: Changing the way you interact with your computer

The people over at Celluon have decided that using a computer mouse is so yesterday, so they’ve come up with an alternative: your fingers. The evoMouse works the same way as those virtual laser keyboards we’ve all seen. Just put the device on a flat surface, and use your fingers to accomplish the usual tasks: click, double click, drag, and even more.

[Via OhGizmo]





18 Responses to Celluon EvoMouse: Changing the way you interact with your computer

  1. Devices like this make it obvious that the mouse is pretty much perfect at doing it's job, and really can't be improved upon. This idea is a novel attempt, but isn't really making your computing life any easier.

  2. Devices like this make it obvious that the mouse is pretty much perfect at doing it's job, and really can't be improved upon. This idea is a novel attempt, but isn't really making your computing life any easier.

  3. As someone who actually has wrist problems, I can see how this would help me quite a bit. Even the Wowpen mouse I have, which is made to help with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, aggravates my median nerve to some degree, although not as badly as using the touchpad on my laptop. (It's almost like laptops were specifically engineered to cause wrist problems in those of us already prone to it.)

    I would buy one. It may never be terribly popular, but I really don't care about that. I do care about minimizing the pain in my hand and wrist from using the computer. I have a feeling that in a few years, the kids who grew up with the internet will start feeling the same way.

  4. Touch pads are a PITA to use, but at least they take up less space than a mouse. This seems to have a larger footprint than a mouse, but with the frustration of a touchpad! Oh BOY!

    Niche market, never to be widely used.

  5. When i choose my computer mouse i mostly have how it will function as a gaming mouse, and evomouse dosnt look like it would work for me.

  6. I have a feeling that in a few years, the kids who grew up with the world wide web will start feeling the same way.

  7. Did anybody notice that the name looks more like "sell you one", I was laughing at the end xD (sorry, had to make a pointless and useless comment, that's in my trolling nature)

  8. Is this a concept product or will it actually be for sale. I could see it being very useful with the virtual keyboard option

  9. Is it wrong that I kind of want this simply because whenever they say 'evo-mouse' to me it sounds like 'evil-mouse'?
    As someone with wrist problems though, I really wouldn't mind it this took off.