Worth it?Just have a little over 100 hours with Rhino and thinking this would be useful.
>>681020I'm using the Enterprise version. It's nice for showing off and impressing customers. That's pretty much it.
>>681021So stick to my regular mouse? I have buttons mapped to my mouse so it'd be easier to move and drag with a separate hand.
relic of times when computer mice only had 2 buttons.at this point it's pure luxury and for what that dude said >>681021. nice gimmick but certainly not worth more than 20 bucks. I'd never buy one new for 100 or more.
>>681031Don't talk shit about stuff you don't understand.It allows more natural movement.
>>681041i already have a free range mouse so it's all good.
>>681020I had one but ended up fighting with it all the time to place the camera where I wanted. You cant use it in zbrush either so that's why I abandoned it. Might be good for cad tho.
>>681041>It allows more natural movement.Purpose being?
>>681020Buy the old model from ebay for 60 bucks. Not that single knob thing. You will need hand support because that knob thing won't stay still on the table. Well worth it.
>>681020It's amazing if you use it in combination with a wacom or whatever to sculpt and paint shit, just make sure that your software is supported. Protip: ZBrush and Substance still isn't supported for whatever fucking reason.https://www.3dconnexion.de/supported-software/
>>681020I've got one at work and barely ever use it unless pretty much this >>681021