This article proudly sponsored by HumanCentric.
In 1932 the first “blinders” were sold for humans, a way to shield your eyes from the mess and technology around you. The idea recently picked up in the tech world. In the same way pets are trained to not get distracted, or basketballers learn to dribble without looking at the ball, blinders can block out all the visual distractions that clutter up your work or gaming space.
Fortunately, HumanCentric has found a much easier to maintain sanity with your gaming set up by creating simple mounts for every key piece of tech you own.
And this matters for performance.
There’s nothing worse than having valuable desk space taken up by equipment that could look better elsewhere. Nobody likes using a mouse bungee unless you have to, and if your controller runs out mid-game you don’t want to be scrambling around looking for the charging cord to plug it back in. Mounting your console, monitors or computer gives you back valuable space so you can show off your flick shot ability and ensure you’re able to move around your desk at all times.
That isn’t the only thing that tidying up your equipment can improve. If you have Marie Kondo’s show on Netflix, you know that clutter doesn’t bring anyone joy. It also doesn’t set you up for success if you can only see a mess in your peripherals. Spotting something in the corner of your eye can be detrimental in the clutch moments of a match. You need to have a clear mind to perform your best. Start by clearing your space to ensure no distractions.
Finally, cleanliness teaches self-discipline. Keeping a messy desk is a likely sign you’re spending too much time gaming and not enough time tidying up your area and keeping your equipment top notch. If your gear looks the part, you’ll appreciate it more and ensure it’s maintained properly.
They are just a few of the benefits of maintaining a tidy gaming set up. Thankfully, HumanCentric has done most of the hard work for you with mounts for just about any piece of tech you need for the ultimate gaming set up. Head on over to the HumanCentric website to check out their range and give your set up a makeover today.