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URN etd-0905113-192337 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1975 times. Download 481 times. Author Tze- Chiang Cheng Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2012 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 159 Title A Study on the Performance and Human Factor Analysis of Wireless Mouse Keyword wireless mouse wrist angle offset mouse specifications human factors design human factors design mouse specifications wrist angle offset wireless mouse Abstract The mouse is an essential point-and-click device for present-day computing. Using mouse as an input device accelerates the speed of computer operation and makes computing more efficient. However, inappropriate or improperly designed mouse does the opposite. Additionally, it may cause injury of arm muscles and tendons after long-term use. The studies in most recent articles worldwide are mainly focus on wired mice instead of wireless ones. In order to discover whether a mouse's form will affect user's computing efficiency. This study, therefore, had conducted experiments on wireless mice. Data includes the wrist deviation, button clicking efficiency, personal comfortableness and subjective judgment from the participant by operating four different mice in terms of shape and model, was collected and analyzed. And the comparable results had shown, that the correlation between the width of mouse and wrist's ulnar and radial deviation was negative. The wider mouse causes smaller wrist deviation, and the thinner mouse causes larger wrist deviation. The positive correlation between the height of mouse and the deviation of wrist was confirmed. The higher mouse causes larger wrist deviation, and vice versa. In addition, the correlation between the height of mouse and wrist extension was also positive. The higher mouse causes more wrist extension, and vice versa. Other results had shown that, the weight of mouse affects the smoothness of mouse's movement in terms of mouse control. User needs to put more effort in controlling if a mouse is too light. And it lowers the efficiency of mouse operation as well. Compared to a light-weight mouse, a medium-weight one, weights around 90g - 120g, has better efficiency and is easier to operate. Advisor Committee Chih-Fu Wu - advisor
Li-Chieh Chen - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2013-07-26 Date of Submission 2013-09-05