Brazillian Designer Conceptualizes 'Forutne' Mouse Design

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Jan 17, 2010   Updated: Aug 23 2011 • References: &
The 'Fortune' Mouse concept from Brazilian designer Átila Rossito combines ergonomic design with functional wireless convenience. The mouse might be made of titanium: It is designed to provide elegant, light weight, clutter-free computer navigation.

The attractive mouse looks more like a sculpture than a functional piece of computer equipment. The proposed form is enhanced by the glow of the activity light on its surfaces and exemplifies the minimalist bent of its talented designer.

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