What is the Full Form of Mouse

In everyday life, we use a mouse to control the pointer on the computer screen. But most of us don’t know the full form of the mouse. In this article, you can learn what is a mouse, how it’s works, and the full form of a mouse.

Full Form of MOUSE

Full Form of Mouse “Manually Operated User Selection Equipment” Mouse is used to control the cursor on the computer screen with the help of a mouse we can easily navigate and control the computer GUI. First mouse use in the Xerox computer system in 1967. After that, these technology acquired by Apple computers in 1970, and the first mouse enable computers are available by Public Apple’s LISA Personal Computer.

In the late 90 and above we can see Mechanical mouse. In a mechanical mouse, a ball attaches to the bottom of the mouse when we use a mouse ball rotate in the X and Y axis and these data calculate by the computer, and the cursor on the computer moves like we move the mouse in the X and Y-axis.

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But in recent days we see Optical Mouse and Laser Mouse. In these mice, the ball is replaced by the Light. Instead of tracking ball movement now computer track light in X and axis.

Mouse comes in two category

Wired Mouse: In the wired mouse, Mouse connected to the computer through a wire. So, the mouse communicates to the computer through the wire.

Wireless Mouse: In wireless mouse, Mouse connected to the computer via radio signals like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, short radio signals.

Different Types of Mouse

Mechanical Mouse: Mechanical mouse totally depends on the ball movement at the bottom of the mouse.

Optical Mouse (Laser Mouse): An optical mouse there is no moving part like a mechanical mouse. In optical mouse laser or light (light-emitting diodes) trace the surface through a photo imaging sensor (photodiode) to calculate the X and Y axis to move the pointer on the computer screen.

Gaming Mouse: Gaming mouse work like a regular mouse with some advanced features like PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS, POLLING RATE/RESPONSE TIME, ACCELERATION.

Gyroscopic Mouse (Air Mouse): Air mouse does not depend on the surface to move the mouse cursor. In the air mouse, gyro sensor are inbuilt and it calculates accelerates to recognize the X and Y-axis movement.

3D Mouse: In the 3D mouse we can move the cursor in 3D X, Y, and Z-axis.

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