How Bare Can a Mouse Get?

Very basic and minimal if you leave it to Vrouyr Joubanian! He’s designed the Void mouse with bare-minimums; only one button that functions all as right, left, middle clicks and scroll. The hollow, wireless mouse sports uneven thickness ranging from 4 to 10mm and all the electrical parts are contained in the bulky bottom. It looks ergonomic enough for us to give it a try, what do you say?

Designer: Vrouyr Joubanian

14 Comments

  • John says:

    This looks a like a fun intro to ID project but could use quite a bit of improvement. I would be nice to see a more thought out description and well as a more dynamic form that takes advantage of the created negative space. I see and extruded profile with round corners…

    I would say that you have taken some nice pictures, but you should spend the time to clean(blur) the texture off your model in Photoshop.

  • Mike Barnard says:

    it's not often I give Microsoft kudos for design, but their version of this works brilliantly and folds for portability. Oh, and it's available now.
    http://www.microsoft.com/nz/digitallife/hardware/

    Cheers,
    Mike

  • dont like the design. negative space so what. where are the ergonomics?

  • everlastingz says:

    i think microsoft's version is even more minimal than the above design.. maybe you need to do a bit more research on computer mice before you do some designin'

  • Yehoshua says:

    Wow, I don’t even know a good advective for this mouse, it’s so minimal (I’m a sucker for minimal), I wish i could get this right away!

  • Yehoshua says:

    Wow, I don’t even know a good advective for this mouse, it’s so minimal (I’m a sucker for minimal), I wish i could get this right away!

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