Giwien

Using a 3D mouse ?

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Hello everyone :)

 

I'm in a company which has a 3D mouse designed for graphic or 3D designers. I find the format suitable for video games and I would like to know your opinion on the subject.

Our mouse is called "Lexip 3D", it has a joystick and a tilt allowing movements in 3 dimensions on 6 axis. You can set all the buttons with a Control Panel. Companies like Dassault Systems have had the opportunity to work with.

 

Today, we don‘t sell this product anymore but we are working on a new basis for our professional target. On my side, I would like to present some mouse’s configurations on video games to my superiors to propose the development of a Lexip gaming mouse. I had the opportunity to do some tests on your game:

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What do you think of our mouse?

Would you use it on World of Warcraft ?

Do you have any configuration ideas?

 

Thanks in advance ! 

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looks cool. I know i couldn't use it, since i seem totally unable to already use all the buttons i bind, but i believe all those macro-crazy people should love it :)

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Definitely couldn't use this myself, I spend too much time bouncing around :D

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I think using that mouse or not using it comes down to personal choice.  For me I have way to many hot keys already that are basically a reflex for me now... to have to retrain all of that.  I think I will be sticking with my normal mouse for a while.

Cool idea though for sure!

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56 minutes ago, Carmilea said:

I think using that mouse or not using it comes down to personal choice.  For me I have way to many hot keys already that are basically a reflex for me now... to have to retrain all of that.  I think I will be sticking with my normal mouse for a while.

Cool idea though for sure!

Yeah, same goes for me with targeting macros and stuff in PvP. I know that my different ctrl/alt macros exactly target what I want and when I want it. If I am moving, I know exactly when I am moving and how far. I can't see myself relying on the tilting.

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