A 3D printed full 6 DOF Space Mouse @shiura « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

Shinsaku Hiura presents the Space Mushroom – a 3D printed full 6 DOF Space Mouse.

It is very simple to assemble 3D-space mouse. It can input up to 6 degrees (rigid motion), simultaneously. It has three analog joystick sensors that can be used as game controllers.

You can get a free 3D model or code. Thingiverse Information will be posted to Instructables after review.

You can see the video and other information below. Twitter.

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