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The mouse that buzzed

Adriel Goddard
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You know that tingly feeling you get when playing your favorite
Playstation game? No, I’m not talking about that little happy feeling in the
back of your head, I’m talkin about that Dual Shock! Force feedback has been
implemented in many controllers to give games a more realistic feeling. Games
are visually and aurally stimulating, so they only lack a few other
senses. Force feedback is a way of implementing the sense of touch into
games, which isn’t a big deal (it’s been used in console controls,
steering wheels, etc.), except that I found this interesting article over at
Firingsquad.com on force feedback mice. Hmm..what think you? Future or
folly? Head on over to the article and read up.

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