Generic computer mice can often be to big or too small, and for those using them every day it can cause some crippling problems.
Pyott Design have arrived at a solution using a simple 3D print, which creates a new tactile surface for the mouse that can be easily adjusted for the best ergonomic pattern.
The design cleverly fits the standard Logitech M100 mouse – one that comes with most PC’s as standard – and is printed through Shapeways for a speck under €70.
It’s not the cheapest computer mouse, but being able to pimp the most basic of mass produced objects to a tuneable, individual level is something we think we’ll be seeing much more of in the coming months.
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