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https://www.dreammachines.io/en/dm3mini

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DM3 mini features

Only while USB plug change:

1. Polling rate 500/1000Hz - LMB + RMB (default polling rate - 1000hz)
2. DPI steps change: 500/600/1000/1200/1400/1800 || 400/800/1600/2400/4800/120000 - DPI + LMB (default dpi-400/800/1600/2400/4800/120000)
3. Left / right-hand mode (Left mouse button switches with right mouse button) - DPI + RMB (default right-hand mode)
4. LOD (lift of distance) changes to 1.8 - scroll button + LMB (default LOD 1.8mm)
5. LOD (lift of distance) changes to 2.4 - scroll button + RMB
5. LOD (lift of distance) changes to 2.4 - scroll button + RMB While USB plug-in:

Logo LED:6 options when pressing dpi button and scroll:
1. LED off
2. RED LED still light
3. BLUE LED still light
4. GREEN LED still light
5. PINK LED still light
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Nice.
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Thank you DM for a Kinzu clone, I'll be picking it up ASAP. thumb.gif

EDIT: Also, rubber cable. drool.gif
    
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They also improved the sensor position compared to Kinzu! Now it's rearward, perfect for fingertip grip.



In contrast:

MiCO: 54 mm
G100s: 58 mm
Kinzu: 57 mm
LMO: 54 mm

G Pro: 65 mm
Edited by daniel0731ex - 11/8/17 at 6:40am
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Now it's rearward, perfect for fingertip grip.


Should also be more comfortable for people who mainly use their arm to aim. tongue.gif
    
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Should also be more comfortable for people who mainly use their arm to aim. tongue.gif

Sensor position really isn't explicitly related to arm aiming. The way a person settle onto a grip is a consequence of them subconsciously aligning their thumb-pinky axis to the sensor position for their natural alignment reference for wrist pivot. Claw grip is a result of curling the excess length of the thumb and pinky to align to the sensor. This is also why G Pro is unsuitable for fingertip grip, because the sensor position forces you to grip far forward and leaving insufficient palm clearance for enough range of motion.
Edited by daniel0731ex - 11/8/17 at 5:21am
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Sensor position really isn't related to arm aiming. The way a person settle onto a grip is a consequence of them subconsciously aligning their thumb-pinky axis to the sensor position for their natural alignment reference for wrist pivot. Claw grip is a result of curling the excess length of the thumb and pinky to align to the sensor. This is also why G Pro is unsuitable for fingertip grip, because the sensor position forces you to grip far forward and leaving insufficient palm clearance for enough range of motion.

When a sensor's position is too far forward, moving my arm left and right causes the cursor to make an upside down U, while a sensor with a further back position (Kinzu as an example) has much less "sensitivity" to the slight fingertip movements that occur when your aim "arcs" slightly from the shoulder's cup rotating, for obvious reasons.
    
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The website doesn't seem to be working for me, I am in the United States, has anyone successfully ordered one from the States?
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When a sensor's position is too far forward, moving my arm left and right causes the cursor to make an upside down U, while a sensor with a further back position (Kinzu as an example) has much less "sensitivity" to the slight fingertip movements that occur when your aim "arcs" slightly from the shoulder's cup rotating, for obvious reasons.

What you described is merely an observation, an implicit link. The underlying mechanics is that thumb-pinky axis is the natural reference point for aligning wrist pivot -- you will do this without thinking. When you adjust your grip until the pivot is aligned, you naturally line up the thumb-pinky axis with the sensor.
Edited by daniel0731ex - 11/8/17 at 6:13am
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