The humble computer mouse hasn’t seen a huge amount of innovation since it was invented – and let’s be honest, it isn’t a particularly ergonomically friendly piece of kit. “It all started with a friend of mine who’s creative director whose hand became injured from repetitive motion on a mouse. Moustrap is expected to hit the market in about three months – but don’t expect it to be cheap. Despite the high-end price tag, Federici has chosen to bootstrap the project himself, with no immediate plans for seeking investors. With a manufacturing partner lined up in China, Moustrap is well on its way to finding its way to users.