3DConnexion have dropped their CadMouse Wireless and SpaceMouse Wireless 3D mouse, along with some other goodies, into a sweet kit, bit of discount, and you've got the SpaceMouse Wireless kit. But is it worth that extra coin over just buying the 3D Mouse on its own? ———————————— Support the channel and support yourself, Pluralsight free trial here: http://pluralsight.pxf.io/c/1212769/424552/7490 ———————————— Help me make more videos, support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tficadtips ———————————— FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TFICADTips/ TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/TFICADTips ———————————— Need personal help? Please don't send me a message requesting 1 to 1 support, I'm unable to sustain that across thousands of people, instead please post questions on: http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/inventor/ct-p/70 ———————————— Outro design by TGODdesigns: https://www.youtube.com/user/TGODdesigns #3DConnexion #3DMouse #CAD
This is my review of the SpaceNavigator 3D Mouse from 3DConnexion. This is not a sponsored video and all opinions are my own. Link to the Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/3Dconnexion-3DX-700028-SpaceNavigator-3D-Mouse/dp/B000LB7G00 A 3D mouse is designed to help navigate around 3D space on a computer to make designing 3D models easier. It works in a large list of supported softwares including Fusion 360, Maya, 3DS Max, Blender, ZBrush and more. To check the availability of software, look here: http://www.3dconnexion.com/supported-software/software0.html I really enjoyed this mouse and it's now become a central part of my workflow when creating models. It's a joy to use and is pretty fun to mess around with. It doesn't really add anything crazy that you can't do with a mouse and keyboard, so it's not extremely necessary for designers to get, but if you're interested in trying one, do it. I don't think you'll regret it. Thanks for Watching! Don't forget to like and subscribe! Follow me on Twitter: http://bit.ly/21heDyw
An in-depth comparison of the 3Dconnexion SpaceNavigator, SpaceMouse Pro and SpaceMouse Enterprise and how they are used as virtual joysticks with ControlMyJoystick.
We're all familiar with the CADMouse by now. This is the first right-handed mouse designed specifically for CAD by the leader in CAD-specific devices, 3DConnexion. We've been users and evangelicals for 3DConnexion's products, especially their wireless versions of the SpaceMouse, and SpaceMouse Pro. However, we finally get a wireless version of this already amazing product to remove one more wire from our desk, and not take a cut on performance. See what we have to say about this brand new device!
Learn about the correct desktop setup, hand and finger position, basic navigation (camera and object mode) from this short demo video.
Report : Hands on the SpaceMouse Pro from 3Dconnexion http://www.cadplace.co.uk/Workstation/Review-Hands-on-the-SpaceMouse-Pro-from-3Dconnexion Stop designing with one arm tied behind your back... Get 2 hands on your 3D models with the SpaceMouse Pro. A good design delivers comfort & ergonomics, programmable function keys for increased productivity, as well as extra on-screen features to speed your work - all the while letting you work on your 3D design with both hands. Handling 3D Models Easily : Hardware Focus on 3D Mice Anyone working daily with 3D models knows that there are certain sticking points in productivity. Certainly a good representation of the 3D model on a 2D display is important. But ease of interaction with the model also depends on the paradigm for manipulation of the model in 3D space. When tied to the workstation, normally, the mouse is the physical interface with click & drag, scroll & zoom, keystroke shortcuts, and the usual array of accommodations for inherently 2D interfaces to 3D data. Hence the need and the added productivity of a 3D mouse. The benefits came on 2 levels and now 3Dconnexion has launched a new product that adds a 3rd level of productivity benefits. http://www.cadplace.co.uk/Industry-Topics/CAD-Hardware/3D-Mice-use-2-hands-to-design-model-and-create/Handling-3D-Models-Easily-Hardware-Focus-on-3D-Mice
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I'm going to review a 3D mouse called the space navigator by 3D Connexion. Which quickly became one of those products that I couldn't use any 3D modelling application without. The space navigator helped me improve my workflow by helping me to easily navigate any space in a 3D view port. You can use the space navigator 3D mouse for 3ds Max, Maya, Blender, Sketchup and Google earth and even CAD applications. Link to space navigator 3D Mouse: http://amzn.to/2uEybnm Wireless version: http://amzn.to/2uEL8gX Camera I use for filming: http://amzn.to/2uJpW8e My camera stand: http://amzn.to/2weSIgv Track: Raven & Kreyn - So Happy [NCS Official Video] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/cmVdgWL5548 Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/SoHappyYO
A little demonstration of what it's like to fly in decoupled mode using a 3Dconnexion (specifically a SpaceMouse Wireless) A 3Dconnexion is a 6 degree-of-freedom controller, meaning the "cap" that I'm holding onto can be moved in any direction. I can twist it or tilt it, as well as slide it or pull up/push down on it. It's typically used as an aid in 3D modeling (I use it at work doing mechanical CAD design), but with a little trial-and-error it can be recognized in computer games as a multi axis joystick, meaning I can use it to float around the Star Citizen universe with relative ease.
Why spend hundreds for a 3dconnexion SpaceMouse when your regular mouse does the same thing faster?!?! What am I missing, folks?