Which mouse is the best for image processing
Article about a processing mouse? It might sound strange in the first second to do a story on a mouse for image processing. But not really. I get to teach students image processing I see that they often work with a computer mouse that is not suitable for image processing. And the question is, what is a mouse that fits image processing and what are the differences between them? I will answer all this in this article. It is very important for the mouse that you work with for two reasons for health first. And the second reason is the sensitivity of the mouse and its pace of work
The health reasons
Our wrist should not sit at an angle as it sits on the computer mouse and mainly image processing work (actually use of the computer mouse as a whole) is not healthy for the wrist. Although the damage is not always felt at the beginning of the road, damage will begin over the years that cannot always be repaired and reversed.
Everyone has a different hand size and structure, so everyone has the right angle for working on a mouse.
Mouse Pad - I recommend trying to work on a mouse pad with a gel pad that supports the wrist so that the angle of the wrist will be higher, and it will not be "broken" down. While this is not true for everyone, it is important to try and see if it is more comfortable for you.
Mouse size - Everyone has a different size of palm, so everyone needs a different size mouse. But one thing is true that the mouse should be the size of your palm! The mouse should "fill" the inside of your palm. Otherwise your muscles will unnecessarily tighten, and your delicate joints and tissues will be under too much load. A small computer mouse (which I often see people working with) is very unhealthy. Unless you have a really small palm. I really bought to my 9 years old boy a little mouse that fits his little palm. the: Logitech-M705 Marathon not because of its dramatic name but because of its palm size. When you buy a mouse, pay attention to both the length and width of the mouse. Manufacturer's length and depth information can be found at Logitech, Cougar, Corsair or any other serious company
The Right Angle - Our palm should not sit straight above the mouse. The wrist is under pressure in this way (an orthopedist will better explain everything about "levers" and the mechanics of the palm.) For example, like the Logitech-G602 mouse, note the angle the mouse has. The mouse "falls" to its outside. This means that the palm will be slightly "sideways" and less "flat". Plus it has a "resting surface" to the toe and is wide. This is a very important thing to pay attention to. Of course every palm needs a different angle
Cougar 700M EVO
The technical reason - the capabilities of the mouse itself
A wireless mouse is more convenient to use because there is no cable that always sits where it is not needed. But most wireless mice are working at a rate of 2000 DPI and less. Even a regular wired mouse works on the same rate and sometimes less. So what is the right mouse? Well in my opinion and personal gamers mouse experience. Gamer mouse reaches a sensitivity of up to 16,000 DPI which allows for much higher resolutions and greater sensitivity for every millimeter you make with the mouse. In addition, it is very agile and responds quickly to any moves and so you do not reach the annoying state that the mouse has been can move fast over and over.
About the cables. A wired mouse for gamers is made of very flexible (and thick) cable so it "flows" with your palm movement and does not fight any palm motion. Gamer mice (like what I work with the Logitech G502 Hero) have full control over the amount of DPI and it reaches up to 16,000 DPI in addition to which it is possible to control its speed of exactly 100 DPI. He is, however, very fast at his maximum speed. Actually too fast. But I picked it up a little above a normal mouse and the brush in CaptureOne software moved lightly on the screen with no unnecessary delays. His cable is so flexible that I don't even feel it. And like any mouse, the button gamers are very accessible and comfortable to work and of course you can control which button does what. Of course, the "cool" design that the mice have is not at all relevant to image processing, and merely efficiency
Corsair Nightsword RGB
Before you sit down on the computer take care of your pictures. Take a look at what sits in your palm. Do you really seem to underestimate your work on the computer? Do you know that the slow pace of the on-screen mouse comes from the mouse and not always from the computer itself? Remember that a fast image processing computer is not only the good parts it has but also the mouse you work with every day! A slow mouse produces unnecessarily inaccurate and cumbersome work. Of course, your computer must have the right hardware it needs to process an image. Of course, I'm working on a powerful enough image processing computer
Some pictures to end the article