See, instead of using reflective technology to drive the mouse, the IntelliEye actually takes 1, pictures a second with a phreaky little digital camera of sorts, and processes mouse movement based on differences it detects. Windows 8 bit only. Microscope photograph of the IntelliMouse Explorer sensor silicon die. The return of a classic. I love those two buttons. Retrieved from ” https:
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It won’t work on reflective surfaces, and chances are that it won’t work on really shiny plastics especially partially translucent stuff either. Buttons feel more responsive than before.
Tracking is now more precise. What I really don’t like is the clear bottom of the mouse which radiates all of that red light everywhere. See, instead of using reflective technology to drive the mouse, the IntelliEye actually takes 1, pictures a second with a phreaky little digital camera of sorts, and processes mouse movement based on differences it detects.
In fact, I assumed that it would be annoying as it was on the last Logitech mouse I bought for my G3.
That stiff, nasty feelin’ not to mention intemperate mousing surface won’t be found anywhere near an IntelliEye mouse. The buttons, located on the left side of the mouse, provide effortless Internet navigation with intellieue and back default settings.
Microsoft Hardware Group The Microsoft hardware group employs innovative engineering, cutting-edge industrial design and extensive usability testing to create products of exceptional quality intellieyee durability that improve the software experience and strengthen the connection between users and their PCs. Microscope photograph of the IntelliMouse Explorer sensor silicon die. Whatchoo mean by diff’ernt, Bobby?
That is annoying not to mention a frivolous waste of a precious LED.
If there was one product this year that I didn’t expect to impress me, it was the Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer featuring the new “IntelliEye. The original IntelliMouse was introduced on July 22,with its stand-out feature being a scroll wheel.
I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that the Explorer mouse is not going to work for a lefty.
Microsoft IntelliMouse with IntelliEye – mouse – PS/2, USB – white Overview – CNET
You can use this thing on pretty much any desk, on any mousepad, and even on parts of your body. Bill Gates Paul Allen. That being said, understand that if special drivers haven’t been developed for your OS, cool little tricks like the scroll wheel won’t work.
Ack, all of this for a mouse. Views Read Edit View history. That light source, though powerful, needs to be cast directly onto the textures that the IntelliEye is looking at.
Nothing is handled in software on your box. Indeed, this light is cast at an angle, to further enhance the detectable difference. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
The IntelliMouse Optical was released in April In Microsoft’s own words, IntelliEye uses a tiny CMOS digital camera to take 1, pictures per second of the surface beneath the mouse.
This is the default setting.