For computer players who are fond of shootersFrom the first person, the main weapon is the mouse and keyboard shortcuts. Such a “weapon” does not correspond to reality, which gave rise to the Ragnok developers to create a gadget that brings players as close as possible to real fighting.
The prototype for the Mousegun is the Desert Eagle pistol. According to the developers, the mouse controller best matches reality. However, the mouse has no trunk and looks more like a joystick. The main button is located in front on the top of the gadget, slightly below is the second button - the analog of the right mouse button. The scroll wheel is located at the top rear of the device. Mousegun movement is tracked, as in traditional computer mice, by moving across the surface. The sensor has a sensitivity of 3200 dpi.
The gadget can also be used for normalwork at the computer, while relieving tension from the user's wrist. Mousegun runs on a 800 mAh battery. The price of Ragnok Mousegun will be $ 118, but on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo you can order it for $ 59.