If you find any problems or have any questions let me know. The iFeel mouses are both USB devices, and they come with Logitech’s standard Mouseware driver software, and the separate iFeel driver package, both of which are set up as part of the standard install process. Fortunately, the iFeel mouses do stuff in things other than plain Windows applications. It’s comfortable to use, but if you switch back and forth between it and an Explorer, you’re likely to keep accidentally pressing the MouseMan’s fourth button – the Explorer’s two side buttons are higher up. Marketing gibberish aside, I was interested to see what use a buzzing mouse could be. Well, unless you’re left-handed and it’s the MouseMan, in which case you can swing it around on its cable and threaten the gift-giver with it until they give you something better. It could be very useful in FPS games as well, perhaps to provide a way for one to know exactly what their player is getting hit with, or in RTS games to give more information about what is going on outside the current view of the game for instance.
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While I’m far from an expert on such things, I would imagine that it could help those with sight disabilities. You can turn the overall power down, though, and make the effects very subtle if you want. The MouseMan further imitates the Explorer with its tail-light – an internal blue LED that illuminates the Logitech logo on the back of the mouse, and casts a dim glow out through the translucent side of the mouse.
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It’s comfortable to use, but if you switch back and forth between it and an Explorer, you’re likely to keep accidentally pressing the MouseMan’s fourth button – the Explorer’s two side buttons are higher up. What you really feel is more like moving a mouse with a toothpick sticking out of the bottom of it over a texture. People have thought mousekan all sorts of things they can do with vibrating electronic devices. And I dare say it might make it easier to learn to use Windows if the lovitech similar-looking window widgets each have their own distinct feel.
According to them, you can “drag the corner of a window to make it larger, and feel the window pull back like a rubber band”. They’re also both optical mouses, of the new-fangled variety that works on pretty much any surface, using a startlingly powerful on-board digital signal processor to interpret the movement of the image delivered by a tiny downward-facing camera.
So I checked out the plain iFeel Mouse, which is your normal two-buttons-and-a-wheel whatsit but happens to have a high-fidelity mojseman yada yada in it, and the iFeel MouseMan, which is the four button asymmetric fancy-version styled to compete with Microsoft’s Intellimouse Explorer.
And that’s about it. At least until one comes along that really is. The commands are sent to the mouse’s USB device over the control pipe. The top of the mouse keeps exactly the same texture all the time.
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Getting ideel The iFeel mouses are both USB devices, and they come with Logitech’s standard Mouseware driver software, and the separate iFeel driver package, both of which are set up as part of the standard install process. Go ahead and play with an iFeel mouse in the shop and see what you think.
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And if my grandmother had wheels, she’d be a wagon. This aborts the current vibration command if any. By default, Immersion Desktop just gives you basic clicks and buzzes, but it can do a lot more than that. There is a what seems to be a ‘vibrate’ command which starts the vibration, and an ‘abort’ command that will mousemxn any ongoing vibrate command before it completes its run.
It’ll even work if you’re stone deaf. Essentially, you can get feedback whenever the mouse moves onto a clickable thing on the screen – a window, an icon, things on the Taskbar – and you can also get feedback when you’re performing tasks like sizing a window or moving a scroll bar.
It could probably help anyone by logietch the amount of attention that has to be paid to where the mouse is, especially when using it for focus switching or other non-precise pointing tasks. Logitech iFeel mouses Review date: Also untested are the other mice using Immersion’s TouchSense that have popped up recently.
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OK, maybe it kind of helps people, especially new users, if they get definite feedback when they’ve moved the pointer onto something they can click. Maybe you’ll love mohseman. To form the control packet, use ‘request type’ 0x21, ‘request’ 0x09, ‘value’ 0x, and ‘index’ 0x see USB Spec for more information on what these values are mouseamn with a 7-byte buffer as described below.
They’re perfectly good mouses, of course; if someone gives you one as a present, you can just disable the iFeel stuff and use it normally. It’s even less symmetrical than the Intellimouse Explorer.
Executed the same way as, say, a force-feedback steering wheel, a force-feedback mouse would scurry right off the mat if you didn’t keep your hand on it. This starts the mouse vibrating with the specified intensity and delay between pulses ms for the specified count of pulses It’s got the see-through base, as well, with its fourth button close to the bottom edge on the thumb side for right-handers – left-handed users need not apply.
It can just buzz as you size the window.