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Slogan -> ~Mouse that fights back !~

im thinking more in a line of attitude-feedback GUI. The more you spam and crash, the more it bitches. Behave yourself and make it happy.

-kertropp

C:\Projects\rg_clue\ph_opt.c(185) : error C3142: 'PushAll' :bad idea
C:\Projects\rg_clue\ph_opt.c(207) : error C324: 'TryCnt': missing point

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There is already a force feedback mouse released.
hmm, maybe it was logitech.. not sure..

// Spark

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Well, believe it our not, they actually exist.

We have one here at work, which we were concidering putting in our latest project. Personally, I think the thing is kind of fru-fru since the mouse is actually attached to it''s own mousepad.

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oh! oh! the force-feedback keyboard!! the harder your game gets, the harder you have to press the keys until the point where the keys fight back!!

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what next, force feedback monitor stand? get hit and it shakes the whole monitor?

that force feedback mouse is a good idea. it is quite possible to do that since there is lots of extra room in a mouse (just take one apart if you don''t believe me)

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What a crappy idea...!!!!

I hate these trends.....They always get out of hand...!

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I already have force feedback speakers.

They reverberate around making all kinds of tiny waves of motion in the air around them. Kinda eerie really...

Stupid trends

-Geoff

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What about an OS that utilises force-feedback, for example when an app. bombs out with a internal page fault, you''d get a big explosion on screen, and you''re mouse would go crazy for a while

(Was that what you were saying Kertropp)

I''ve got a force-feedback floppy drive

George.

"Who says computer games affect kids, imagine if PacMan affected us as kids, we'd all sit around in a darkened room munching pills and listening to repetitive music....uh oh!"

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I really good force-feedback mouse would be one that not only vibrates the entire mouse, but sends the trackball out of control (only works on trackball mice, like the logitech marble fx). it would be good in a flight sim, where you had to fight against the air currents. i have no idea what i''m on about.

MENTAL

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quote:
Original post by GEo
What about an OS that utilises force-feedback, for example when an app. bombs out with a internal page fault, you''d get a big explosion on screen, and you''re mouse would go crazy for a while
(Was that what you were saying Kertropp)


Well, not precisely, but utilizing force feedback in OS and office apps would be cool as well. Let keyboard massage your fingers at the same time, when writing in word. When starting up UT mouse would jump around happily for a while.
But attitude-feedback is a little bit different. See, when you come to work in the morning and your all gloomy, windows would try to cheer you up a little, and when you force it to defrag, it would get all pissed and wouldnt let you to go online or something.


-kertropp

C:\Projects\rg_clue\ph_opt.c(185) : error C3142: 'PushAll' :bad idea
C:\Projects\rg_clue\ph_opt.c(207) : error C324: 'TryCnt': missing point

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