PDA

View Full Version : How your mouse arrow really works..



WaxRubiks
2007-Jul-04, 01:48 PM
http://www.1-click.jp/

there is a bit of load time.


and before someone points out, this is not a serious analysis of the mouse-arrow software..

JustAFriend
2007-Jul-04, 04:22 PM
The ultimate musical instrument:

Ken Ewing and His Mouse Organ---

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3J2FytvoS9M

NEOWatcher
2007-Jul-05, 12:31 PM
http://www.1-click.jp/
there is a bit of load time.
and before someone points out, this is not a serious analysis of the mouse-arrow software..
Wow; that's pretty good. Did you get them to tire out?


The ultimate musical instrument:

Ken Ewing and His Mouse Organ---
What does this have to do with the OP other than it has the word "mouse" in it?

Nicolas
2007-Jul-05, 01:04 PM
Just how much on topic discussion did you think this thread would see? :D Come on.

WaxRubiks
2007-Jul-05, 01:18 PM
Wow; that's pretty good. Did you get them to tire out?


they react to clicks too.

Nicolas
2007-Jul-05, 01:58 PM
I wonder whether they actually were holding such a mouse object when they made that, because their hands are very well positioned.

Jeff Root
2007-Jul-05, 02:26 PM
Could someone give a brief description of the thing for the
download-impared? Thank you.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

WaxRubiks
2007-Jul-05, 03:51 PM
I wonder whether they actually were holding such a mouse object when they made that, because their hands are very well positioned.

I think that it was probably made out of polystyrene.

NEOWatcher
2007-Jul-05, 04:29 PM
Could someone give a brief description of the thing for the
download-impared? Thank you.
A bunch of men holding up an arrow, and the men react to your own mouse movements to move the arrow. Non-cartoon.

Nicolas
2007-Jul-05, 04:34 PM
The arrow is huge and blocky, as if it was made out of huge 3D (cubic) pixels.

They also turn according to the direction they need to walk, and if you don't move they look at you as if asking where to go.

If you move your mouse fast, they are tired afterwards. If you click, they bend their knees. And if you go outside of the "magnifying glass" in which all this is shown, you're back to your regular mouse :).

Even more handy:

http://aycu07.webshots.com/image/22286/2001627229934670078_rs.jpg