The Mouse ATC is a new Human Computer interface device created with the needs of the modern computer user in mind. Designed by Wolfe Systems, Inc. in Colorado Springs, CO, and engineered by Iguana Robotics, Inc. in
Champaign, IL, the Mouse ATC is a patent pending design that uses pitch and roll to control your computer's cursor, rather than the placement of
a mouse on a pad, or the roll of a trackball.
Initial testing indicates that the use of the Mouse ATC reduces the stresses on small muscles and tendons in the wrist and lower arms and shoulder; utilizing the larger muscles in natural ergonomic movements. With more formal testing yet to come, we hope to show that use of the
Mouse ATC will provide a better ergonomic solution for Human-Computer Interfacing. For more information about the Mouse ATC, or about Wolfe
Systems, feel free to visit ww.wolfesystems.com. To learn more about Iguana Robotics, Inc., visit www.iguana-robotics.com