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Scroll Through the Journey of the "Mouse"

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on 26 September 2012

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Transcript of Scroll Through the Journey of the "Mouse"

With Sarina A. and Danielle T. Scroll Through the Journey of the "Mouse" We'll start way back,
in 1964... Let's begin with the
history: And it looked something like this: When the first computer
mouse was brought to life
by Douglas Engelbart. The "Ball Mouse" was born! 8 Years Later... And the daddy was Bill English. Windows competed with Apple (a war started long ago) Later, around the 1980's... Apple Lisa (1983) Windows IBM PC (1983) In 1990, Logitech was the first to release a cordless mouse which worked with RF (Radio Frequency) technology. Where did the Tail Go? In 1995, Mouse Systems produced the ProAgio- the first mouse with a built-in scroll wheel. Time to Scroll! 1996 Microsoft Intellimouse
by Eric Michelman came
out (a third mouse button
under the scroller). And Logitech is leading with the MX-1000: From Optical to Laser Tracking! "To infinity and beyond!" The Heartbeat
Indicator Mouse: Inflatable Mouse?! (Jelly) Put the Putty in your hands:
The Moldable Mouse I-Contact is AmEYESing Hello? It's the Mouse calling. Rock and Scroll!!! "Missile Command" TRACKBALLS The first trackball was
invented in 1952 by Cranston
and Fred Longstaff as part
of the Royal Canadian Navy's DATAR system. The Upside down mouse Lab Mice (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr (cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr So what is a mouse? THE ORBITA: 3D Connexion Mouses Not Mice Microsoft Express Mouse Papple!!! 3D Optical Mouse It's Magical...
The Magic Mouse Apple Mighty Mouse- 2005 Apple 2009 At Attention! The 2"-4" inch trackballs were used in the military in the 1960's-1970's. Some companies that produced these include Litton, Honeywell, and Measurement Systems. Not only were trackballs used for serious places such as the military, but they were also used in arcade games in the 1980's. Finally an
alternative to the mouse! Logitech was the first to release a trackball for a computer in 1989. Roll with the Trackballs: Kensington Slimblade Logitech Wireless M570 iBall Presenter Soooooooo... We hope you
enjoyed our Prezi and... Learned
about the click-click
(mouse) XD A mouse is a rodent... A computer mouse is an electronic device operated by hand, that controls the coordinates of a cursor on your computer screen as you move it around on a trackpad; on the bottom of the device is a ball that rolls on the surface of the pad). There could also be
a laser on the bottom tracking the movement. Functions A mechanical mouse contains two rollers in contact with a ball located inside that the user can slide over a flat surface or trackpad. Preferences Pro Mouse
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