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Brazillian Designer Conceptualizes 'Forutne' Mouse Design

 - Jan 17, 2010   Updated: Aug 23 2011
References: behance.net & thedesignblog.org
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.

Implications - As technological advancements in computers and gadgets continue, consumers are looking for the same advancements and adaptations of other everyday items. Businesses can ensure that they remain relevant to buyers' concerns by developing inventive products that make daily tasks more simple while remaining on the cutting edge of tech and design.