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Do you know what's the least reliable sensor.. yea.. Humans..

You know why self reporting is frowned upon in science.. yea, humans again..
yes because we need to do dna tests to determine is someone is male or female

same thing here; it's obvious in 3 seconds via mspaint...
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post #52 of 63
Hi
Can u guys tell if my ie 3.0 is legit? sorry for potato photos
https://postimg.org/image/iyl73pmlz/
https://postimg.org/image/utc5c27w7/
https://postimg.org/image/lzqcf7qs1/
https://postimg.org/image/939slcyup/
here is mouse test in paint without mousepad
https://postimg.org/image/x2icn41mv/
it has a number on the pcb X01-03052-03 and in the bottom of the mouse there is P/N X809742
Edited by pantokrator - 6/29/16 at 5:19am
post #53 of 63
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

6/11 sensitivity and no precision enhancement

i.e.
jAhireg.png

6/11 sensitivity in windows pointer settings, "enhance pointer precision" disabled

set ms paint to 1:1 zoom (pixel perfect) and move the mouse slowly diagonally. exact speed doesn't matter, just slow enough that it's definitely moving individual pixels per frame

if it looks smooth and thin like the right, it's real (even if it's an unofficial production). if it looks jittery and thick like the left, it's fake.
post #54 of 63
yeah you can basically clearly see if there is diagonal movement or not.

Funny I knew that about the MLT04 sensor but never though of such a simple test to see if its legit haha
post #55 of 63
no-one has seen another mouse that shows similar behavior? i mean, i wouldn't be surprised if the mlt04 isn't the only one..
essentially it's similar to X / Y angle snapping, isn't it? as in, recognizes you're moving within certain angles and changes output based on that. the mlt04 i guess "merges" the counts whereas traditional angle snapping just doesn't send any for one of the axes

or is it ignorant to think it was intentionally coded to work like that with the mlt04?
post #56 of 63
it's not related to angle snapping at all, it's related to how the sensor internally stores partial movements. if there are two truly independent axes, and there's no logic to relate them, then you'll see the fat/jittery behavior

you can emulate the behavior with a cross-shaped deadzone (this is one way to relate the two axes to eachother), it's theoretically possible this is what the mlt04 does but afaik nobody knows

if anyone knows a mouse that shows similar behavior, i'm all ears, but as far as i know none exist
post #57 of 63
kinzu v1 does it too iirc. also stmicro sensor... so not surprising

i'm fairly sure it's a deadzone thing in mlt04; imo pixel-sized motions are more responsive on e.g. am010
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post #58 of 63
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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

it's not related to angle snapping at all, it's related to how the sensor internally stores partial movements. if there are two truly independent axes, and there's no logic to relate them, then you'll see the fat/jittery behavior
right. that was dumb. not even ashamed though


i wonder if its pcs would be lowered if it worked differently?
post #59 of 63
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Originally Posted by qsxcv View Post

kinzu v1 does it too iirc. also stmicro sensor... so not surprising
maybe I should pick one up for the cred
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i wonder if its pcs would be lowered if it worked differently?
i wouldn't think so
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don't think it has anything to do with pcs
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