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Logitech NuLooq - A secondary controller, which allows the user to zoom, change brush sizes and much more is now compatible with Photoshop CS2 on Windows PCs

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Press Release:
It's not a mouse, but it could be your mouse´s best friend!

NuLOOQ navigator is an innovative stationary control device, about the size of a half a tennis ball but weighs in at a solid 1 lb. Built into the device are a multi-dimensional ring, called the navring for simultaneous 360 degree pan and zoom and a touch sensitive circular disk, called the tooltuner for fine precision control.

Put your other hand to good use; NuLOOQ navigator gives you a powerful new way to interact with your application. Design, create, edit or just navigate — put the fun back on your desktop! The NuLOOQ navigator boldly goes where no device has gone before: to the other hand
  • Adjust brush size in one pixel increments in Adobe Photoshop CS2 without ever moving a slider or clicking on a shortcut key
  • Fine-tune font attributes such as leading, tracking and more in Adobe InDesign® CS2 without using the option bar
  • Scroll and zoom your documents, spreadsheets, digital pictures or more with the smallest movement of the gray ring
  • Scrub timelines in Final Cut Pro or iMovie quickly or slowly
  • Change volume or music tracks in iTunes quickly while it runs in the background
  • And more…NuLOOQ navigator is user configurable for virtually any application.
Precision Control
Adjust brush size in Photoshop, or text attributes in InDesign, timeline in video/audio apps or just control your system volume; make fine adjustments with a feather touch using the innovative touch sensitive circular disk.
Two Finger Navigation
Gently nudge the gray ring forward, backwards, up, down, twist clockwise or counter clockwise to navigate around your digital picture, illustration, documents, spreadsheets or anything you can program. Control, what, where and how fast to navigate with just two fingers!
Quick Click to Commands
A simple click or tap and quickly execute your shortcut command. Map undo and redo or access a tool, or play/pause or whatever you need right at your finger tips.
Application Intelligence
Use one of our configurations or build your own for virtually any application; NuLOOQ navigator is instantly configured for your current application.
Advanced Technology
The unique integrated sensor with 1000 levels of resolution detects even the minutest motion in multiple directions simultaneously. Move the ring a small amount to move slowly or move it all the way to get to where you want quickly.
Solid Feel
From the first time you get your hand on a NuLOOQ, you´ll feel the difference. A solid 1 lb in weight ensures the device stays still on the device. Only slight movement is required for immediate reaction.

System requirements
  • Macintosh
    • O/S: Mac OS X V10.4.4 or greater
    • Processor: PowerPC or Intel Core Processors
    • Language: English only
    • Memory: As needed by your application
    • Disk Space: 10 MB of free disk space
    • Port: Available USB 1.1 or greater port
  • Windows
    • O/S: Windows XP Service Pack 2 or greater
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 (or equivalent) or greater
    • Language: English only
    • Memory: As needed by your application
    • Disk Space: 10 MB of free disk space
    • Port: Available USB 1.1 or greater port
Application Support
  • Adobe Creative Suite 2
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 4
  • Adobe Bridge
  • Microsoft Word & Excel
  • Final Cut Pro (Macintosh only)
  • iMovie (Macintosh only)
  • Adobe Premiere Pro (Windows only)
  • iTunes
  • User configurable for virtually any application

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Glamrox  9304 forum posts United Kingdom
16 Oct 2006 - 11:19 AM

Hmmm looks interesting but no mention of release date or cost.

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deviant  103024 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
16 Oct 2006 - 12:35 PM

Buy it here at £129

Glamrox  9304 forum posts United Kingdom
16 Oct 2006 - 3:00 PM

Different product thats the spacetraveller, the nulooq can be got from the states for around $70 see here.

Just waiting to find a UK supplier and price

Takra  792 forum posts England
16 Oct 2006 - 5:47 PM

So is takes the short cut keys from your key board & mouse and it costs over £100 takes up more room on my desk and uses up another usb port (along with my printer, scanner, graphics tablet, card reader, external hard drive, web cam and the one for my phone/bluetooth or mp3 player)

I don't thing I'll be putting it on the X-mas list

Ade_Osman e2 Member 114435 forum postsAde_Osman vcard England36 Constructive Critique Points
16 Oct 2006 - 5:47 PM

I've a Logitech Click! Plus optical mouse with lots of configural buttons as well as a wheel that scrolls left & right or the usual up/down. It can do all this can do with aplomb!
Cost 20 quid!.....Just trying to work out a way it will wash the dishes Smile


16 Oct 2006 - 9:17 PM

I'm STILL learning all the keyboard shortcuts. Start again with this? erm... No.

deviant  103024 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
17 Oct 2006 - 7:39 AM

It's more a precision tool for things like CAD drawing. I used to use one (similar) in an engineering drawing office many moons ago.

stooge_uk  7
17 Oct 2006 - 12:49 PM

I prefer a Tablet and Pen, along with keyboard shortcut keys it gives me everything I need.

deviant  103024 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
19 Oct 2006 - 11:51 AM

Me too. But as I said for CAD they are better suited.

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