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A SEMINAR

REPORT ON
MOUSE
SUBMITTED BY
NAME :-SANJAY PRASAD
ROLL NO :-POW/12/ET/AG/022
BRANCH :- ETC
CLASS :-6TH SEMESTER
INSTITUTE :-H.R.H. THE
POWIET, JORHAT

INTRODUCTION

A mouse is a pointing device


that detects two-dimensional
motion relative to a surface.
This
motion
is
typically
translated into the motion of a
pointer on a display, which
allows for a fine control of the
graphical user interface.

WORKING OF A MOUSE
When the mouse is moved on a flat
surface the roller ball moves in the
locking ring. When the mouse is
positioned on the desktop the actuators
register the mouse balls movement in Xaxis and Y-axis direction. The sensors
attached to it generate a series of pulses
representing movement on both axis. The
pulse generated are in same ratio as the
mouse movement i.e. More pulse mean
more movement.
Normally a mouse is used along with a
mouse pad. Place the mouse pad on a flat
surface and place the mouse on it. Move
the mouse pad and the pointer moves in
the direction of the movement of mouse.

Various terms related to


the use of mouse are
Click
Double

1.

2.

3.

click

Drag
When the left button of mouse is
pressed and released quickly then
this we can say clicking of the
mouse.
The double clicking is used to
initiate some action on the selected
item. Basically it selects and initiate
the action. For this the enter key is
pressed and relieased sticky twice.
If an object is to be moved from one
part of screen to other part then
dragging is used.

Different Types Of Mouse


A.

WIRELESS MOUSE :-A wireless


mouse, also called cordless
mouse, is a mouse that
connects
to
a
computer
without the use of wires.
Instead, the mouse uses some
manner of wireless technology,
like Bluetooth, RF, Or infrared
radio waves. Usually, a USB
receiver is plugged into the
computer and receives signals
from the cordless mouse.

B. TRACKBALL
MOUSE
A trackball mouse is a pointing
device consisting of a ball held
by a socket containing sensors
to detect a rotation of the ball
about two axes-like an upsidedown mouse with an exposed
protruding ball. The user rolls
the ball with the thumb, fingers,
or the palm of the hand to move
a pointer.

C. OPTICAL MOUSE

An
optical
mouse
is
an
advanced computer pointing
device that uses a light-emitting
diode (LED), an optical sensor,
and digital signal processing in
place of the traditional mouse
ball
and
electromechanical
transducer.
Movement
is
detected by
sensing changes
in reflected
light, rather than
by interpreting the motion of a
rolling sphere.

D.MECHANICAL
MOUSE

A mechanical mouse is a
computer mouse that contains a
metal or rubber ball on its under
side. When the ball is rolled in
any direction, sensors inside the
mouse pointer in the same
direction. The picture is an
example of the bottom of a
mechanical mouse with the ball
removed. Today, this mouse has
been replaced by the optical
mouse.

E. GSTICK MOUSE

Hold it like a pen scrolls on a


mouse pad fits in your pocket
windows, Macs and Linux plug
and play 1200dpi USB wireless
(comes with USB dongle).