Squeezing is believing

Puyocon is a forthcoming ball-shaped, wireless cursor controller that can be operated by rolling, squeezing, or throwing. Could be significantly easier to use than a standard mouse for people with some types of dexterity or cognitive disabilities–or maybe for everyone; we were intrigued to note that the design was based on research findings that “a young child’s method of squeezing things was a lot better use of an interface than a mouse or touchpad.”

Coolest Gadgets: Puyocon ball-shaped interface device

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