A 3D mouse called Mycestro, created by inventor Nick Mastandrea, does everything your traditional mouse can. But, the lightweight product uniquely fits on your finger without cumbersome wires or weight.
The 3D mouse can track hand movements in the air. Moving your index finger and your thumb allows you to easily control your computer. To scroll, swipe your thumb along the touch-sensitive panel. On the wireless bluetooth device, there are also buttons to left click, right click and press center. The Mycestro charges through a USB port.
So far, the project has raised $34,172 of its initial $100,000 goal to cover manufacturing costs. If the Kickstarter campaign is successful, the creators hope to release the wireless finger-strapped mouse between October or November of this year.