Russian designer Vadimm Kibardin‘s levitating wireless mouse seeks to address the problem of issues like carpal tunnel syndrome that can plague those who use the mouse constantly and continuously. It does so in the fashion of levitating that we all can admire.
The mouse uses a magnetic base ring to stay afloat and a floating navigator to stay there. Its position can be adjusted to be ergonomic to the user and can theoretically prevent numbness, tingling, weakness, or muscle damage in the hand and fingers. While its practical use remains uncertain, we have no problem going googly eyed over things that can float in thin air.