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Latency study 11

Move the mouse.

Here the rotation and position of each cursor is directly modified by mouse input with the modification of their positions being delayed. The rotation however is driven by the angle to the most tightly mapped cursor position. Here the delay on the cursors’ position results in variation in their rotation. In contrast to the previous study, the immediate control over their rotation makes the cursors appear — at least during initial tinkering — to be more independent.