Thursday, April 14, 2011

Fiberoptic mouse with quadrature encoders and custom shutter buttons

Here's another project similar the the fiberoptic joystick that I built. It uses the same 62.5 micron telecom fiber to sense X/Y velocity as well as two buttons in a standard computer mouse. This mouse is designed to be used in environments were electrical signals cannot be tolerated.


3 comments:

Remi Serriere said...

Hum... What can I say...

DUDE THAT'S AWESOME !
That's just impressive... Useless in some cases, so indispensable!

EsA said...
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Ben Krasnow said...

EsA, I have mostly closed my business, and am no longer selling customized MRI-compatible devices. You may want to contact Current Designs for other fiberoptic equipment (search for "current designs fiberoptic"). In all honesty, you may be able to solve some problems of the sufferer by suggesting a different sort of treatment. Sensitivity to weak non-ionizing electric fields is almost certainly psychosomatic, and treatment with placebo or therapy would probably be most effective.

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