The CEBA 'GlassOuse' Mouse Redesigns the Mouse for the Disabled

By: Michael Hemsworth - May 2, 2016
References: indiegogo & technabob
The majority of computer peripherals on the market are designed for those with total mobility, so the CEBA 'GlassOuse' mouse lets differently abled users gain better control. An affordable alternative for users, the CEBA 'GlassOuse' mouse connects to computers via Bluetooth and works on a new style of operation.

Users wearing the glasses-like CEBA 'GlassOuse' mouse can shift their head to move the mouse and bite to click. This allows users to operate PCs without having to depend on those around them and maintain better control over the work they do.

The CEBA 'GlassOuse' computer peripheral lasts for up to ten days on a single charge thanks to the built-in battery pack and features a waterproof design on the incorporated button.