The Wireless Hand Sensor is a wearable device allowing an individual to control the computer mouse without the need of a flat table-like surface. The glove can work from a distance of 30 feet thus making it a strong replacement from a contemporary mouse. The glove reduces major stress placed on a human hand when normally operating a mouse. Injuries such as Tendinitis, Carpal Tunnel and other wrist related injuries could be reduced drastically. The total cost of this device in low-production is $50.00 thus making it competitive to wireless mice.
This video demonstrates the Wireless Hand Sensor controlling Google Earth at Oregon State University's Engineering Expo. The precise movements that the glove provides opens many other applications than just controlling the computer mouse.