Cambridge Consultants have created a squeeze-ball type concept that would help computer users navigate their user interface in multiple dimensions.

Cambridge Consultants have created a squeeze-ball type concept that would help computer users navigate their user interface in multiple dimensions. The Suma was designed to take advantage of trends like 3D displays and augmented reality. By squeezing the ball, the user would be able to control a PC or gaming system in different ways that the more simple systems like a standard mouse would offer.

The press release reads:

A Suma-based device is like a traditional gaming controller with the normal casework replaced by a ‘Suma skin’. This incorporates the proprietary Suma sensor network at an incremental parts cost of less than US$1. Suma will enable companies developing a wide variety of products and applications – from gaming and design to music and creative arts – to unleash the full capabilities of both the human hand and the user’s imagination.

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