Are you any good at tinkering around with old and unwanted pieces of electronics? If the answer is in the affirmative, then you would most probably be interested in Aaron Ristau who has made a name for himself over at MAKE, taking wireless mice and enhancing them with a variety of retro items, while keeping the robo-junk funk alive. Bear in mind that these are all one of a kind devices that have been lovingly hand-crafted, so you won’t find another similar model in the world.
There is one major drawback though, they will retail for $180 a pop which makes them rather expensive to the average person on the street, but when you look at them through the lens of art, perhaps it might start to sound like a steal instead. What do you think of such wireless mice? They certainly don’t look cut out for gaming in the long run, but would fare better behind a glass display cabinet.
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