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The concept behind graphic design controllers is not new — just ask anyone who’s used the Coutour Express or 3D Connexion’s SpaceNavigator. The idea is to help you perform complex, repetitive or tedious tasks — some of which may not even be possible with a mouse and keyboard — with natural hand movements. Controllers can make tasks more intuitive, and at the same time reduce repetitive stress injuries. Flow, a new wireless programmable controller under development and targeted to graphic design, video editing, CAD and a host of other intensive creative and technical tasks, achieved 100 percent of its $50,000 goal on Indiegogo…

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