Last year, Celluon, a Korean electronics company, made a laser device that projects a virtual keyboard onto your desk, or what ever surface you have in front of you. The company is now turning its sights to computer mice with the announcement of its latest gadget, the evoMouse.
Dubbed the "evolution of the computer mouse," the evoMouse tracks your fingers as they glide across any smooth surface, registering the movements on your computer screen.
Your fingers act as the mouse pointers and you can perform almost every task a traditional mouse or trackpad can. You can double click, right click, scroll down pages, rotate images, and zoom in and out.
Celluon says it will connect through USB or Bluetooth, and it has yet to announce pricing or availability. It better cost less than the Magic Trackpad.