Odin The Mighty Robot Head Replaces Old Mouse with Laser Projected One

    By Prateek

    If you don't want to be reliant on a trackpad and are you tired of dragging a full-sized mouse around, then Odin, a laser-projected mouse, might be worth a look.

    Odin The Mighty Robot Head Replaces Old Mouse with Laser Projected One

    We've seen laser projected interfaces that cover keyboards, but the team that made Odin stated that it's the world's first laser-projected mouse interface.

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    Which sounds amazing as long as you're willing to carry around the disembodied head of a tiny Transformer around when meddling with spreadsheets.

    During the trial, it was found that it lacks physical feedback of either mice or clickable trackpads, as it behaves a bit differently.

    Odin The Mighty Robot Head Replaces Old Mouse with Laser Projected One

    The Odin moused began its lifestyle as a Kickstarter project, and it truly has surpassed its ambitions and is all set to go into a complete manufacturing within a couple of months.

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    The team says that the reduced wrist angle lowers carpal tunnel, and it surely feels gentler than a bodily mouse: latency was respectable and the device demands a flat surface to operate, with the workable spot fixed at just above 3 inches squared.

    Limitation-sensible, that spot cannot be modified and although laser projection is only in red, you will be ready to pick from 3 different colors of robotic shrunken heads.


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