The AirO2Bic™ has you place your hand in it, not on or around, it so you do not have to use the smaller muscle that can become injured. Fatigue affects all muscles when they are under anything but a resting tension. A Gripless, so "Functional Neutral" posture, one part of the Aerobic Mouse Anti.Fatigue™ strategy, provides for lowest physiological load so helps to avoid the hours of muscle tension that can cut off the oxygen supply in muscles while they are tensed.
It makes it more comfort to work and limbs that are comfortable tend not to ache and if people don't ache they are less likely to injure!
It helps those with disability or who have developed impairments to work as effectively and productively as everyone else and reduce the likelihood of further impairment due to their circumstance.
Virtually Hands Free Mousing System
The VHF Mousing System is a combination of the AirO2Bic™ Mouse & Nib™ Clickless Software which can be specified PC or Mac.
Aerobic Mouse’s Anti.Fatigue™ Products are designed to allow users to work in a position that Ergonomists and Therapists call 'Functional Neutral'. This is a position in which you are able to work while in a 'Neutral' or near resting posture. Limbs that are comfy tend not to ache and if people don't ache they are less likely to injure!
It is a Universal Design as by removing the circumstances that can create hand impairment it also removes the limitations that mousing creates for some persons with disability.
It is also the first mousing products that removes the "design stigma" that other products of disability create and requires the same simple installation and is as easy to use as any other mouse, though requires no other specialized equipment for your computer.
It delivers the same level of protection from further injury for those with disabilities as it does for the able bodied and is the first and currently only conventional mousing system that asserts it meets the standards necessary for compliance with Section 508 of the US Governments 1998 amendments to the Rehabilitation Act.