ODiN is the first mouse that works with laser projection
Conventional computer mouse have a number of shortcomings, ODiN deal with many of them in high-tech and fun way. The compact mouse-shaped head of the robot from Transformers using laser projection to create a surface for navigation. ODiN creates a fully functional replacement for the classic mouse or trackpad just using a red laser. Generated by the device surface can be used for scrolling, clicking, sliding in different directions and more complex gestures. Signals any action ODiN gets analyzing refraction of the laser beams, which is different to the movement and position of your fingers. The mouse is small enough to carry in your pocket and connects to your computer via USB. The main advantage of ODiN (besides the fact that it seems incredibly cool) is that unlike conventional mouse does not put undue strain on your wrist. Since the navigation surface is as flat as a desk or table where you work, your hand will not be unnaturally stretched for hours. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the mouse can be yours for $49.