Slava Tyukalov Handmade Wireless Optical Mice

Posted: Nov 22 2006, 9:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:25am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
Slava Tyukalov Handmade Wireless Optical Mice
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Do you know Slava Tyukalov? No? Maybe he is going to be a star designer. I am not sure. So when he sent me the link to his first three wireless optical mice he made by hand, I decided to write about just in case he becomes famous.

Mr. Tyukalov makes each mouse pretty much from scratch from materials which apparently have been used by NASA and other space agencies. Whatever that means. The whole thing could also be all fake, judge for yourself. You will need to contact the artist to find out what such a custom made mouse would cost you, or just get one fo these Bill Gates Mice.
More photos and details on Slava Tyukalov site.

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