Millions of people sit behind their computers all day with their hands on a mouse. For optimal ergonomics, the hand and fingers should be supported in the most relaxed position. Both a vertical and a horizontal position are far from ideal: the correct angle for your hand is 25 degrees, according to scientific research. In addition, thumb support is essential, and there should be no friction between the skin and the desktop. That requires a very unique shape. That is why the HandshoeMouse is different from the mouse you are working with now.
The HandshoeMouse is the only mouse with a scientific basis for its design. Like no other we are driven by our passion; solving and preventing problems and delivering the best product in the market. And you notice that every day.
Let’s talk about possible relevance for computer aided learning. Highly intense use of the finger, while handling the computer mouse, as in e-learning, may lead
The use of forearm and hand support is associated with less shoulder muscle activity and shoulder torsion while palm support is associated with less wrist
Biomechanical research has shown that a palm supporting surface provides a better solution to prevent neck, shoulder, arm and hand complaints. For example in view