Charles Darwin’s buttons would be popping off his morning coat if he knew how quickly the computer mouse has evolved from the tracking ball mouse to laser beam mouse to the index finger mouse and in some cases, the human eyeball mouse. I can not remember how computers ago it was when T Purging Lutheran used this particular mouse. I do remember being a little bummed because the next one we used was for a Mac and its mouse had no separate button for my pointy finger. I had to train my entire body how to click all over again. Once back in the office chair again, it’s been smooth clicking ever since.
Recent developments in human motion have sparked the creativity of computer designers. A new type of mouse is called ‘gesture recognition’ where a computer can interpret head and hand movements to write program software, design ergonomically-correct hats and gloves, as well as clarify rap videos. Some computer companies have teamed up with dance choreographers to integrate whole body motion into computer-aided drafting (CAD) systems to perfect jazz dance performance.
Psalm 139:14 I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Wonderful are Your works, And my soul knows it very well.