CELLUON EVO MOUSE
Badruka College HYD (BBCIT)
INTRODUCTION TO EVO MOUSE
HISTORY OF MOUSE
WHAT IS EVO MOUSE
HOW IT WORKS
PRINCIPLES AND COMPONENTS
Evo Mouse offers multi touch control , looks like a
Introducing the evo mouse, the latest and
portability most cutting version of the mouse today
When the “3D Electronic Perception Technology”
added this product to its technology lineup.
HISTORY OF MOUSE
In the 1960's, a relatively unknown inventor
“Douglas Englebart”, wanted to create
a way for people to interact with a computer
In the year 1963, the First mouse prototype was invented
by Douglas Engelbart at the Stan Ford Research Institute.
The first mouse model had a cord attached to the rear part
of the device, which was looking like a tail and it was
resembling the common mouse.
The first mouse was a bulky device ,with two wheels
perpendicular to each other, the rotation of each wheel is
translated into motion along one axis.
ROLLER BALL MOUSE
German company called "Telefunken" published the first
early ball mouse called "RollKugel" in the year 1968.
The ball mouse has two freely rotating rollers. They are
located at 90 degrees each apart.
An optical computer mouse battery powered, wireless
optical mice flash the LED intermittently to save power, and
only glow steadily when movement is detected.
A laser mouse is a type of computer mousing device that uses
a laser beam rather than a ball to track the movement of the
Laser mice are becoming increasingly common because they
are perceived to have better tracking ability.
WHAT IS EVO MOUSE……?
The Evo Mouse is the evolution of the computer mouse.
Evo Mouse is a dog-shaped device that turns any surface
into a touchpad.
Tracking your fingers, it lets you do anything a regular
mouse can do.
The Evo Mouse works on nearly any flat surface and requires
very little space.
It tracks effortlessly to your comfortable and natural
With the Evo Mouse, you can perform common mouse
operations using only your fingers.
You can control the cursor, click and select, double-
click, right-click and drag with basic hand gestures.
The technology is basically made up of two principle
3D Electronic Perception Sensor Chips
Image Processing Software
3D ELECTRONIC PERCEPTION TECHNOLOGY
It is a low-cost, single-chip imagining
technology that enables electronic
components to form a 3D map of their
surroundings and see what their users are
Image processing is a physical process
used to convert an image signal into a
The image signal can be either digital or
HOW IT WORKS…?
a mouse that allows you to use your finger as a
pointer in place of a physical mouse.
It sits right at the position where you would usually
place a mouse, and through its two infrared sensors
that look like eyes, it allows the usual mouse
COMPONENTS OF EVO MOUSE
IR pulse emitter - you can see the
rectangle at the bottom.
TOF CMOS sensor - on the head of the
cute shape between the two LEDs.
(LEDs here are indicators of system in
The Evo Mouse offers multi touch
capabilities, letting you rotate and zoom
on images and scroll text using gestures.
The device can even recognize your
handwriting if you use either your finger
What’s even more interesting is that the
Evo Mouse can be connected wirelessly via
Bluetooth or can be wired via USB.
If you choose to use it wirelessly, you can
have it running for two hours once
In terms of compatibility, it works with
PCs and laptops with Windows XP, Vista
or Windows 7 and with LINUX as
operating systems. Moreover, it works
with your Windows Mobile, Blackberry