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While SpaceOrbs are not strangers to eBay, that are typically found at 5 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial that price. The SpaceOrb uses a different protocol from the other Spacemice and is not recognized in Spacenavd. However, it can be mounted as a 6DOF analog joystick via inputattach.
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In my book, functionality trumps form, so that 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial not bother me at all. Hoping to put it to use in reverse engineering the LCD display. There is very little information about it to be found on the internet.
Amazingly, I found one being surplussed, on craigslist, still new-in-box, from Oakland University in Michigan. The Cyberpuck identifies itself with the same ID string as the Spacemouse Classic, though obviously it has no buttons. Having both the LogiCad logo on the bottom and Logitech logo on the top, limits its manufacturing date to between and 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial The control puck is HUGE.
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It is as large as the base of the Space Navigator. Quite a handful. It was also being surplussed, from Oakland University in the 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial cragslisting, also new in box. Since I did not have this particular model, and the price was phenomenal, I could not pass it up.
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The box is labeled 'Tiger-Magellan'. The injection modeled plastic is all swirls of black and yellow. Also, the 'Logitech' stamp on the bottom dates this device to post-LogiCad, but pre-3DConnexion I have created a Limited Edition page to keep track of these unique specimens as i find them. Otherwise, unused. Includes the original Spaceware v9. It started at 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial a few dollars below retail.
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I grabbed it immediately! I found an original Spacetec Spaceball on eBay and placed my bid. Shortly after that, a second auction appeared for another one, but it was still in its original box! I could not pass that up, so I ended up bidding on both of them. The arrivial of these two spaceballs demonstrates the stark difference in 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial people consider 'acceptable packaging' for electronics. Since the Spacetec looks almost identical to the HP model shown above, I thought I would instead focus on the 'unboxing' of these 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial spaceballs, to serve as an example of how-to and how-NOT-to ship devices like this. The first spaceball arrived, wrapped in a single layer of bubble-wrap, packaged inside not one, but TWO unpadded, flat-rate USPS shipping envelopes.
Not a box. Amazingly, it arrived intact and works fine.
In other 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial, they have the same resistance when you move them. According to 3Dconnexion's product manager, the springs on this model are lighter to make the device weigh less. This and the smaller design adds to its portability. Here are the dimensions of the top part of the controller cap on each model see fig. The caps on the SpaceExplorer and SpaceNavigator 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial identical.
The cap on the SpaceNavigator for Notebooks has a smaller diameter and features a V-shape scalloped surface. All of these caps are sensitive and requires a light touch. If you want to zoom in or out, you have to push or pull the cap as straight as possible. A slight angle deviation will cause 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial 3D model to change its direction. Although using any of these models is highly intuitive, you have to practice how to use it. All caps have four vertical orientation ridges on its sides see fig. Figure 6 These are ridges that act as grips and guide you as you maneuver the cap around a 3D model.
Your thumb and middle finger would be resting on the right and left ridges.
Your index finger would be resting on the top edge of the cap closest to your screen. Depending 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial the model, your fourth finger and pinky can either rest on a surface or suspended while you hold the cap. To tilt the cap forward, you press your index finger downward at the cap's top edge. To tilt it backward, you can either use your index finger to hook the cap backwards or you can use your thumb to press the back side of the cap 3Dconnexion SpaceExplorer Serial. Pushing, pulling or twisting the cap is accomplished with the thumb and middle finger. It features an ergonomic design which provides users with maximum comfort.
The software we used is superscape 3D Webmaster which support driver for magellan space mouse.
So we don't have to install driver for SpaceExplorer Serial on Windows 7 - 3Dconnexion Forum. To find the serial number (PID) of your 3D mouse, where you look will depend on the device type: CadMouse, SpaceExplorer, SpaceMouse Pro.