Mice

  • The Evolution of the Computer Mouse: As Excting As It Sounds

    Programmers may have no need for the computer mouse, but the rest of us do. Wired went through the trouble of going back in time some 45 years to see how the mouse has evolved from this hulking wooden device to an LCD-laden modern day clicker. Look for future mouse innovations like motion sensitivity (à la the Wiimote) and automatic color changing. The Evolution of the Computer… Read More

  • Emotiv Project Epoc: Sensory Gaming Developed Through Research on Schizophrenic Mice

    Emotiv is a company I expect we’ll be hearing a lot more about soon. It made news yesterday with a formal announcement of its Project Epoc, a developmental technology that interpolates electrical signals emitted by the brain and converts them into actions on a computer. I had been communicating with Emotiv going into GDC and as fate would have it, my meeting was scheduled for shortly… Read More

  • M-EKURDR, For Left-handed Freaks


    If you count yourself among the left-handed minority, Elecom has got a product for you. Its new M-EKURDR mouse is ambidextrous, with a toggle switch that converts it from left to right hands.
    OK, at first this mouse seems sort of ridiculous, but consider the niche real quick.There are a lot of left-handed couples who share a computer. With this mouse, they can easily flip back-and-forth… Read More

  • Mouse-free Mousepad


    QinetiQ has developed a mousepad that tracks movements sans mouse. The pad interprets hand motions through a system of infrared sensors. It can also recognize gestures in order to enact various system functions. I don’t suppose that using this device would be the most comfortable solution imaginable. Being forced to hover your hand above the pad for hours on end seems potentially… Read More

  • Saitek's Colorful Keyboard and Mouse

    These colorful multimedia ergonomic keyboards from Saitek would be great to get your kids into computing, so they can grow up to become huge nerds and get into the computer programming field. And that fails, they can use their quick typing speeds to be the best data-entry assistant they can be. Nevertheless, the keyboard and mouse combo only costs $25, and come with various multimedia keys and… Read More

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