Strange that the humble mouse – often a peripheral that reminds you there is still a ton of work to be done, can be used to help reduce stress? Optimal Office has done exactly that with a mouse which features a biosensor that tracks just how stressed you are (no idea what kind of software it uses, but it probably detects your pulse at the very least) in a software. Once it realizes you’re feeling pretty much stressed, the software will recommend stress-relieving exercise recommendations in an unobstructive manner. I suppose those who have tons of backlog at the office are not the only ones feeling stressed out – folks who surf undesirable sites during working hours would probably get more exercise recommendations than the former group. Judging by its design, looks like us left handers are left in a lurch yet again.
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