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    3D Mice Enhance Motorcycle Design Process

    Posted by John Moseley on Dec 21, 2012 11:00:00 AM

    3Dconnexion MotoCzyszOne of the interesting things about our 3D mouse users is that they span a range of industries.

    From product engineers and architectural designers, to game developers and digital artists, the individuals and teams that have made 3D mice a part of their design process come up with some very different (and very cool) end products.

    With the help of the SpaceMouse Pro, Oregon-based motorcycle company, MotoCzysz, designs some of the fastest, most aerodynamic motorcycles in the world. (See what we mean about the cool products?)

    The MotoCzysz design team needed a tool that is ergonomic, easy to work with, and helps them go from concept to product quickly. Not only did incorporating the SpaceMouse Pro into their workflow decrease design time, but it has also enhanced the design process even further in the following ways:

    • Relieves wrist fatigue and reduces the risk of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

    • Allows users to simultaneously pan, zoom and rotate digital 3D content with 3Dconnexion’s patented six degrees of freedom sensor technology.

    • Reduces mouse-to-keyboard hand movements by providing built-in shortcut keys (SpaceMouse Pro and SpacePilot Pro only).

    • Intuitive 3D mouse functionality makes the device feel like a powerful extension, not just a tool.

    Read more about MotoCzysz’ experience on Design News. Or, download the complete customer story, with loads of insight from Nick Schoeps, MotoCzysz lead motorsports engineer. 

    We’d love to hear how you or your team has seen success using one of our 3D mice. Share your stories with us!

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    Tags: Engineering, 3D Mice