To ease things a bit (for that wristy part), Raoni Caselli has come up with Iris mouse redesign. The base part is just like a normal mouse pad and will be fitted to the ground like one. On the other hand, the top part will have the flexibility to move all along the base. It is touch-sensitive (similar to a touch screen) that makes the whole usage all the more easy. The top part works like a mouse and can be moved from one corner to the other.
Iris will have touch buttons that will let the user move the cursor left and right on the top. The user will have to touch them when required, instead of punching that is done with a conventional mouse. The base will play the role of the monitor area and stretching your arms to reach extreme corners will take a backseat. The whole construction comes sans any wires, which will make it rank high on the mobility level.