Kickstarter Project of the Week: Mycestro
Welcome, our Kickstarter Project of the Week, the Mycestro™— a 3D mouse that fits on the index finger and allows you to control your computer with hand gestures and mouse functions. You tap your thumb to click and wave to move your cursor. It looks like a simple ring and even comes with a finger strap that you can adjust to fit any ring size.
It’s great to see products with a smart design and without a huge learning curve. The design of the Mycestro is meant to be intuitive. It moves with you, naturally. If you watch the video below, you can see not only how easy it is to use, but also how it doesn’t get in your way. You can still type on your keyboard with it on. Lastly, listen to how Mycestro is pronounced in the video. The product is a fun play on the word “Maestro” (Now imagine yourself as the maestro of your computer, where everything you type or create is a work of art.)
This project will only be funded if at least $100,000 is pledged by Friday Mar 29, 3:00pm EDT. Please show your support on their Kickstarter page at http://kck.st/WZoGGN. To learn more about this project, you can also visit their main website at http://www.inn-dev.com/
See Mycestro™’s LIVE funding progress below:
Fun facts about the Mycestro™:
- Mycestro is about the size of a wireless earpiece.
- Mycestro is very light, weighing next to nothing.
- Its internal battery can be charged via USB.
- Battery life is estimated to be eight hours depending on usage.
- Two different replaceable clip sizes.
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