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This New Headset Replaces Your Computer Mouse With Head Tilts And Biting

by onMay 4, 2016
 

Technology is constantly changing and innovating, but the way we control computers has been pretty standard for a while now. A mouse, track pad, touchscreen and even wireless controllers, we have lots of ways to manipulate the data we see before us on a screen…but what is something that all of those controls have in common? Hands.

Well a new startup GlassOuse (Glasses + Mouse) [awful name, I know] has set out to change that. Focusing on helping the populations that are unable to use a traditional mouse, GlassOuse has created a completely new (and affordable) way for users to control their computers.

New Device Can Replace Your Mouse, Making Controlling Your Computer Hands Free

Worn on the head like a pair of glasses, the device works through head tilting for movement and biting for selection/clicking. The bite plate is also incredibly durable, waterproof and has three levels of click pressure for different type of clicking. Such as, on a normal mouse, left, right and holding down. Able to connect wirelessly to Windows, Mac, and Android devices, GlassOuse hopes to be a viable mouse alternative for people lacking hands/arms or the ability to use them.

Creator Mehmet Turker started developing the device just last year. He now has functioning GlassOuse’s and has launched a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo to get his project going. He plans to manufacture them this June, and deliver them by August. You can check out the GlassOuse campaign here!

References: GlassOuseThe Verge

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