Engineers invented a computer mouse for people who can't use their hands

The GlassOuse is a bluetooth mouse that’s worn like glasses. Based on your head movements, it moves the cursor onscreen. You bite on a blue extension to click, and it can go a week without charging. Right now, it’s raising funds on IndieGogo, and it will retail for $299 when it’s available.

Story by Jacob Shamsian and editing by Stephen Parkhurst

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