The Flip Flop Mouse Will Help the Disabled Navigate Their PCs

By: Alex Scott - Published: Apr 7, 2010 • References: yankodesign
It seems that because people with severe physical disabilities are the minority in the population, they get looked over when it comes to designing many consumer products. The Flip Flop Mouse is for those who have no motor control over their hands or arms but still have a perfectly functioning mind and would like to use a computer.

Designed by Liu Yi, the Flip Flop Mouse looks much like a standard sandal. The joystick simply fits in between the big toe and the second toe, with the former controlling the left click button and the latter controlling the right. Stats for Computer Foot Controls Trending: Older & Chilly
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