Navigational device for personal computers.
If you thought transfer of information between dimensions was impossible, think again. A computer mouse is a three-dimensional device used to transfer signals to a two-dimensional world — specifically, a cursor on a computer screen. Moving the mouse up, down, left, or right will make the cursor respond in the same direction. Two mouse buttons can click, drag, or open menus. The scroll wheel moves the page up and down, and also serves as a third mouse button in some models. On the top, the mouse curves elegantly to comfortably fit a human hand, while on the bottom, a trackball or optical device tracks the physical movement of the mouse and sends those signals to the computer. Not convinced yet? Well, to close this page and get on with your homework, you'll need to move your cursor over to the "X" on this window. You'll need a three-dimensional mouse commanding a two-dimensional cursor to do this. You can't deny that, can you?
Found near most modern computers.
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