In "Sponge Mouse May Revolutionize Point-Click," NewsFactor Network reports that the device fits in the palm of the hand. You use your thumb to use a button on the top to control the position and the speed of the cursor. Two push buttons on the side are the right- and left-click buttons.
But if you suffer from back, hand or wrist pain induced by your current mouse, don't rush to your computer store to buy a 'sponge' mouse. ISU has filed a patent and is looking at licensing opportunities for future manufacturing. More details and a picture of the 'sponge mouse' are available in this overview.
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