Hi dear fellow mouse geekz! I'm a 37 year old fart who made this 35g prototype mouse. I have not started on a pretty design yet as I'm figuring out the perfect shape for me first, so that's why it looks crappy at the moment. So far I've done at least 300 iterations of it. :X
I am relatively old and no pro gamer, but as you can see in the video I am able to compete against younger people since I've been able to fully customize this mouse to my hand and grip style. I beat my record today at Apex Legends with 21 solo kills.
I also wanted to tip you guys about Aim Lab if you have not heard about it. It's free on Steam and I use it to great benefit when testing out changes to my mouse, I've used it for two weeks now and love it.
Mouse is using 3360 sensor and have CorePad Skatez at the front and ordinary mouse feet at the back for the perfect mix of stability vs smoothness. I buy paracord cables from China through a guy I know. I designed the PCB and got 10 of them produced in China and shipped to me for prototyping. I also program the firmware my self in Assembly and C.
Wow, that is awesome, the shape actually looks pretty decent overall. Recently discovered aim lab too, very good program. Looks like your sensitivity is quite high but still well controlled, do you know your in(cm)/360? Very interested to see your future progress.