Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects 10 percent of the American workforce, leading to unnecessary strain and often permanent damage for millions of people who spend their workdays in front of a computer screen. While there’s a litany of office hardware engineered with ergonomics in mind, they’re mostly incremental improvements to decades-old standard computer hardware. Tap plans to change the computer interface game by letting you work and play in a position that’s natural for your body.
The wearable keyboard and mouse is a Bluetooth-enabled device that puts the power of a computer interface in your hands, regardless of where your hands feel most comfortable. Users insert their fingers and thumb into a chain of five rings to control and input text into smartphones, laptops, tablets, gaming consoles, and VR environments. The easy-to-use training app will help you get up to speed quickly and start saving your wrist from ruin.