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Use IOGraph to make art based on your mouse movements

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Art comes in many forms. Some people paint landscapes, some carve into stone, and others just move their mouse. No, I’m not talking about creating a digital masterpiece in Photoshop or some other graphics program. Instead, I’m referring to the use of software to track your mouse movements while you’re working on your computer.

Using IOGraph, you can track your mouse’s movements for as long as you like. It produces particularly interesting results when you’re just using a single program for a few hours. You’ll see movement patterns, and places where your mouse tends to rest for long periods. Then you can save the image and display it as your masterpiece. The software is free, and works with Windows, Linux and OSX.

 Use IOGraph to make art based on your mouse movements

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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