Homemade vibro function in a computer mouse

Now many companies are producing mice with a recoil function. That is, when you shoot a game with any weapon, the mouse begins to vibrate, imitating recoil. But such mice are expensive, and not everyone can afford such an expensive purchase. You can try to make such a vibrating mouse from a conventional optical mouse. This will require a small electric motor with an eccentric on the shaft, about thirty centimeters of wires, a soldering iron and all its accessories, not much free time, and of course the most necessary things are straight arms. &Nbsp;
Youcangetaneccentricmotorfromanoldorunnecessaryphone.Carefullydisassemblingthephoneshouldbefoundandgetamotor.Itusuallylookslikeasmallcylinderwithametalpartonitsshaft,itcanalsolooklikeatabletwithwires.&Nbsp;Solet'sproceed.Atfirst,weextendthetooshortwiresoftheengine-wesolderthewiresoftherequiredlength,whichisabouteightcentimeters.Then,wecheckthepolarityandcorrectnessoftheconnection.Todothis,wepostoneposting(butnotsolder)totheplusorminusonthecableenteringthemouse.Andtheothertooneofthethreecontactsoftheleftbuttonswitch.Ipositionthewiringonthecontactsandchangingthepolarity,ensurethatwhenthebuttonispressed,themotorstartstovibrate.Afterthat,becarefulnottotouchtheadjacentcontactsandwires,soldereverythinginitsplace.Motorshouldbegluedtothebodywithsuperglue.Thegluecannotbeused,becauseafterdryingitturnsintoarubber-likemass,andthemotorwillnottransmitvibrationtothebody.&Nbsp;Youcangoevenfurther,attachvibrationswitch,asitcansometimesinterfereandbother.Todothis,takethethree-pinswitchandconnectittotheelectricalcircuit.Further,inthecaseofthemouseitisnecessarytocutaholeinthesizeoftheswitch,andinsertitthere,donotforgettolubricatewithsuperglue.Everything,theupgradedmouseisready,andyoucanenjoythegames.