What can we say? These computer users have pushed themselves to their creative limit by coming up with soap and glove-inspired computer mice. Continue reading to see more. Click here for first picture in gallery.


Looking to break away from the optical mouse pack? For people into creative technologies, SOAP, based on hardware found in a mouse, works in mid-air — consisting of an optical sensor device moving freely inside a hull made of fabric. Practical applications include: presentations and gaming.


If you loved Nintendo’s original PowerGlove for the NES and PC games, this computer mouse — built by Austin Weber — is probably your best bet. According to its creator, it features in game controls that are mapped to the thumb (forward motion), pointer finger (trigger), and arm (camera view).