The majority of the front surface area of a regular mouse is of no use, other than for the smooth rounded shape, which unnecessarily increases the weight of the mouse. Designed with material conservation in mind, the Demat Mouse by Edgar Ortiz is a dematerialized computer mouse to analyze the usage of the device in combination with hand movement. The construction of the concept mouse relies on thin but fortified resin wall construction. All parts can be easily molded and assembled together. The Demat Mouse relies heavily on flex sensors and wireless capabilities. Once the button is pressed on to click, the flexible button then sends a signal to the hardware of the laser mouse. The dematerialized computer mouse not only reduces the weight of the mouse but also gives a refreshing design to the ordinary computer accessory.