As designers, we use a variety of software tools for the elaboration of our projects. Each of these tools is based on its own operating mechanics. In project phases that require quick visualization of ideas and frequent switching between different tools, this often leads to minor disruptions in the workflow.
The Hyperbutton fits well in the hand with its ergonomic shape. This allows it to be tilted forwards or backwards, for example to zoom in or out of the file. By rotating the button, steps can be undone or repeated. At the same time, there is a touchpad in the front part of the hyperbutton, which makes it easy to adjust color gradients and the like.
The Click Wheel can be used for all numerical values.
For example, for line width, opacity, font size, etc.
The number can be adjusted by a circular movement on the touchpad.
Inside the notch the adjustable number steps are larger ( e.g. in 10 or 100 steps) and the further you move to the outer edge the steps become smaller ( e.g. in 5 or 1 steps). To ensure that these steps can be quickly grasped, the Click Wheel acts both by displaying them in the center display and by providing haptic vibrating feedback after each step.
All elements of Acce can be individually assembled and thus adapted to the personal working environment. The connection between the elements works through inserted magnets.
The individual elements can be arranged together individually as well as used separately. Thus, the hyperbutton can replace the mouse and the workflow can be accelerated once again.

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