Magic Mouse Fixed screenshot

Screenshot from http://mmfixed.com/

If you have had problems with Apple’s Magic Mouse causing fatigue you may want to try this. I haven’t had too much of a problem but I think I will give it a try. The cost is reasonable ($12 at the time of this posting) and it may give me more comfort while working so why not.

UPDATE

After receiving my MMFix I tried it and while it does improve the feel of the mouse mine keeps coming off. This may be just a defect in my particular MMFix? I’m sure that the guy that designed and sells the MMFix isn’t trying to rip people off and if it’s not just that mine had a defect and he receives more reports of them not staying on he will improve the design. I feel that he’s the type of person that really just wanted to solve a problem and share the solution with others.

UPDATE 2

MMFix has contacted me and said that there was a batch that didn’t suction correctly and that a new MMFix has been shipped to me.

Click photo above or here for link to mmfixed site.

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I often find videos or examples of work other people are doing inspiring. I especially like video’s of others working, most likely because I’m visual and learn best from watching something being done. This is a video from Chase Jarvis and he is using the RED One digital cinema camera and the Nikon D3s HD DSLR on location shooting skateboarding and glass blowing. He shows some tricks of the trade and how he got his angles.

General Aviation News has a post about WACO’s new YMF-5D 360° cockpit virtual tours! This has been a great project to do. Very interesting subject matter. The WACO biplanes are true works of art. It’s not often these days that you see that kind of craftsmanship.

See our other High Quality Full Screen 360 degree Panoramic Photography work here: Dynamite Inc 360

Other links:

General Aviation News screenshot

A screenshot from General Aviation News

Click screenshot above to go to General Aviation News site.

Some Panoramic training in Chpt 10 of Photoshop CS4 for Photographers: Creative Effects with Chris Orwig

I’ve been promising it and here it is! Here’s the link to one of our WACO Classic Aircraft Corporation biplane cockpit 360 panoramic’s!

Here are other WACO aircraft post on this blog:

WACO biplane cockpit 360 panoramic screenshot

WACO biplane cockpit 360 panoramic screenshot. Click link in blog post or this image to see the high quality full screen panoramic for yourself!

Photoshop CS4 training

I am posting some of the normal photos I took when we were at WACO Classic Aircraft Corporation doing a 360 degree photography panoramic shoot of cockpits for them. You just don’t see quality craftsmanship like this anymore! Just amazing work! You have to see these wooden wing frames that are made the way they use to be for the biplanes in the 30’s by real craftsmen!

WACO Aircraft internal wooden wing frame

Amazing craftsmanship! You have to see it in person to realize how well it is made and to what extent the attention to detail is!

WACO Aircraft wooden wing structure

A view of a whole wing structure. Craftsmanship and attention to detail like you wouldn't believe!

WACO biplane being built

Lacking the color treatment of the other photos posted in the posting but you get to see the pretty vibrant red! 🙂