Build a Wireless Ergo Mouse | Make:

The Ergo(nomic) Mouse was originally developed as part of my Design Modelling online tutorials, to demonstrate ways to work with styrofoam modeling foam. However, it quickly evolved into a more complex project detailing how to “Frankenstein” a wireless mouse PCB to put the controls where the user wants them, and how to finish the foam with various surfaces, including a first: creating “Sugru skin.” Instead of spray-painting, this technique gives your models a novel, tactile finish using the popular air-curable, moldable silicone rubber.

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Tony

is PROUD father and geek. Enthusiastic crafter and handyman. He is also an average ice hockey player, canoeist, beer lover, and guitarist. Sometimes (often) he has to go to work as an industrial engineer.
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