Arc Mouse Concept Lets You Game on Curved Surfaces

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g00fysmiley

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interesting... but i am goign to laugh when they get complaints from larger than average consumers complaining the curve is to deep and it can't get over thier gelatinous thighs
 

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[citation][nom]g00fysmiley[/nom]interesting... but i am goign to laugh when they get complaints from larger than average consumers complaining the curve is to deep and it can't get over thier gelatinous thighs[/citation]

American thighs.
 

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LOL @ g00fysmiley

The concept is pretty cool, but extremely impractical considering you won't be able to use it anywhere but on your lap. How about designing a mouse that you can bend and mold to whatever surface you put it on?
 

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[citation][nom]snowzsan[/nom]LOL @ g00fysmileyThe concept is pretty cool, but extremely impractical considering you won't be able to use it anywhere but on your lap. How about designing a mouse that you can bend and mold to whatever surface you put it on?[/citation]
You will take your leg everywhere with you
 

snowzsan

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[citation][nom]back_by_demand[/nom]You will take your leg everywhere with you[/citation]

LOL Thanks tips. Not the point.
 

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that's actually a cool idea. If the mouse was not a sturdy curve but maybe a few hinged segments it may be able to better adapt to various shapes. Also a THG test could tell us how adaptable the design is (hint...hint).

 

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Designed by Seunghoon Shin and Chang Seok Kim as an entry for the 2012 IDEA Awards,
So, are these two independent developers, or do they work at Microsoft? If they're independent, they may want to reconsider the name - you know, to avoid legal complications with MS.
 

belardo

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Logitech already makes a mice that can be used anywhere... including your leg. It may not be curved, nor need to be.

The Logitech MS / performance mice with dark-field lasers work very well.... if need be. I just used mine on my bare leg (I am wearing SHORTS) and for fun, I even used my head.... yep, it works.
 
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