Spatial navigation usually requires a device to aim (mouse), plus one device to move: a keyboard, which is not exactly smooth, or a joystick, which is a pain to buy for one specific application. On top of that, you’ll need a third hand to perform all the other actions: keyboard shortcuts, scene editions, copy/pasting. Alternatively, Lexip is the first device that merges one mouse and two joysticks.
Slide Lexip on your mouse mat and click it for regular mouse control; Tilt its shell forwards, backwards, to the left or to the right for four programmable actions. Navigate inside your documents or 3D scenes, move elements, apply custom macros. Finally, its thumb joystick adds four more actions. Strafe. Roll. Pitch. Aim. Make your experience simpler, smoother and more efficient.
Lexip shines in helping you building 3D scenes, navigating in space, moving objects, cameras and controlling vehicle simulators. You also can change Lexip’s behavior depending on the onscreen program: Customize your online browsing (tab shift, vertical/horizontal scrolls, zoom) or make it behave like a regular mouse so that even your most inexperienced, technology-allergic friends will have nothing to complain about.