Richard D. Bucholz
This invention describes an input device used for controlling medical equipment controlled by a mouse. It comprises an elastic finger cot having an interior portion sized and shaped for selectively retaining an individual’s finger, and includes a light-emitting diode and light sensor mounted on the cot to monitor movement, a transmitter to communicate with the equipment, and a power supply.
Intellectual Property Status
- U.S. utility patent 8,872,768