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I tend to use trackballs and I happen to use a different one at work then at home. Recently as the karpal tunnel started acting up again, I realized that I'm straining the index finger because it's not supported by the trackball.
What if the mouse or trackball could be molded to the shape/curve
of your hand, be it inflatable or using some other mechanism to change its shape.
(?) Gel Mouse
Not exactly what you want, I think. [half, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
(?) Breast Mouse
Baked! [hippo, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
PetPad Malleable Mouse
[theircompetitor, Sep 16 2010]
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||half -- right -- this just adds soft padding.
||I'd want to be able to have...hmm, don't want to start a firestorm here...the bulge be as big as I want it to be :)
||Orthopedic tracking appliances ... nice
||hippo: I think you're confused with my World's Most Wanted Flash Moment post
||I think [theircompetitor] is onto something here, he gets my vote to stirring thought. Now all I need to do is patent the bugger! +
||Darn. You got there first. I was just thinking of a mouse with a malleable wire mesh shell that would let your hand breath as well. Being able to change the position of the buttons might also be nice.