The conceptual 'Hemisphere' mouse has been designed as a new kind of device for computer users that takes a distinctly different approach to peripheral aesthetics for design aficionados to appreciate.
Designed by Deokhee Jeong for Render Weekly, the mouse features a half-spherical aesthetic that likens it to a ball that has been sliced in half. This is somewhat radically different from other peripherals on the market that are almost always influenced by ergonomics to keep the computer user comfortable, which sometimes comes at the expensive of style.
The conceptual 'Hemisphere' mouse aims to infuse a distinct sense of artistic quality into a professional workstation that could also speak to the ergonomic preferences of sporting enthusiasts. The ultra-glossy, green mouse is outfitted with a scroll wheel and two buttons for navigation.
Spherical Computer Peripherals
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Efficiency-Focused Keyboard Designs
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