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Johnny

Yeah, but is it art? It would be interesting to compare the fingerprints created by using different applications or games though. I would bet there's a similar look to similar apps.

Nobody

This could be used to make apps and games more efficient. Doesn’t seem like much but over an apps life it could save time. Also it could help reduce physical stress on the end user.

Phil Ouellette

Funny thing is the picture is of a USB mouse, not a serial mouse like the article referres to.

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"Funny thing is the picture is of a USB mouse, not a serial mouse like the article referres to."
I wonder what the S in USB stands for?

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good one Phil :-)

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Some Guy

Interesting... It seems like there should be a much easier way to accomplish this, on one computer. I thought there were 'keylogger' type programs that had the ability to track mouse movements. If so, that kind of feature could be used to make these pretty pictures.

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The link for the directions dosn't work.

Laura

Does anyone know the link to the 'how-to'? It doesn't work.

anzu6banas

I'm sure that could be done without hardware tweaking. You just need some API functions that track the mouse cursor at a given sampling interval, then dump the coordinates somehow into an image. Sort of the some guy's key logger.

You just need a programmer with time.

mike

The easiest, but probably the worst option is to tape two mice together. You might need a bigger hand.

Organic Chemistry

I guess this could be opened to a larger philosphical debate on "what is art". yuck, i'll stick with science, thank you.

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well., i dunno if its kinda useful but i dunno., it only shows how vigorous you use the mouse! :P

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Attaching two mouse together is a work for free time, may be for fun but not for art. This is neither for the knowledge nor is the solution for any problem.

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I can't believe how much of this I just wasn't aware of. Thank you for bringing more information to this topic for me. I'm truly grateful and really impressed.

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You are joking right? But I've seen alot worse...

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