Puyocon Seeks To Replace The Mouse Model Of Computer Input Devices

Puyocon Seeks To Replace The Mouse Model Of Computer Input Devices
technology

The Puyocon is an input device being developed to replace the mouse model for interacting with personal computers.

Kyle Studstill
  • 15 january 2010

The Puyocon is an input device being developed to replace the mouse model for interacting with personal computers. The ball-like interface currently features multi-directional accelerometers and fourteen pressure sensors; it is able to detect not only conventional gesture controls but is also intended to develop a model for how we might use such a device to build interfaces based on throwing the ball to others.

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