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Delta Six gun controller fulfills your FPS fantasies

By - October 8, 2012 6 Pictures
The humble controller has never been the best choice for first-person shooters. Those who have mastered the keyboard and mouse combo can pulverize even the best console gamers thanks to the added accuracy and speed of movement that control method provides. But while this combination may be the method of choice for serious FPS gamers, it doesn't offer any kind of realism. Something that the newly announced Delta Six controller cannot be accused of thanks to its firearm form factor. Read More
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Duo Pinball brings traditional pinball controls to the iPad

By - October 7, 2012 5 Pictures
Until Apple, or another tablet manufacturer looking to one-up Apple, introduces haptic technology to mobile devices, gaming on the iPad is an experience that somewhat fails to invigorate the senses. This leaves iPad gamers reliant on third-party peripherals to turn the experience from an uninteresting series of finger swipes into a more interactive activity. Duo Games hopes to achieve this aim with Duo Pinball, an app-supported pinball controller for the iPad. Read More

Pioneer unveils Serato-equipped four-channel DJ controller

Pioneer has just revealed the DDJ-SX, which is the first four-channel DJ controller to use Serato's advanced DJ software. In fact, according to Pioneer, everything about this unit was designed specifically with Serato in mind – everything from the design of the unit itself to the trigger pads and controls were made to work with it. The device comes bundled with Serato, so DJs won't need to purchase anything else. Read More
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TinyDuino shrinks the Arduino, retains its flexibility

By - September 27, 2012 6 Pictures
The popular open-source Arduino microcontroller has been implemented in countless projects worldwide, and this very success has led the hacker community to create several smaller and cheaper alternatives to the Arduino, such as the Digispark. TinyDuino continues in this miniaturization trend but, crucially, does so while promising to retain all the flexibility of its illustrious forbear. Read More
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Open-source iControlPad2 Bluetooth controller works with just about anything

By - September 14, 2012 5 Pictures
Mobile gamers can't help but get excited at the prospect of a physical controller for playing games on a phone. Touch screens are great for certain types of games, but sometimes, you just need the feel of a real controller in your hands. The iControlPad2 hopes to bring that level of control, not just for mobile gamers, but for almost any device with Bluetooth. Read More
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Slingshot controller made just for Angry Birds

By - August 9, 2012 3 Pictures
It's hard to believe just how popular Angry Birds and its spin-offs have become since the first game's release in 2009, but there are plenty of people still enjoying Rovio's series even now. With numerous ports for almost every popular mobile device, game console, and web browser, not to mention downloads totaling over one billion, it's clear that casual gamers are still enamored with the game about suicidal birds and explosive pigs. A couple of students have even gone so far as to create a slingshot-style controller just for the game out of a motorized slider from a sound mixer and an Arduino microcontroller. Read More
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GameKlip pairs Android smartphones with PS3 controllers

By - August 5, 2012 4 Pictures
Handheld games consoles such as the impressive PS Vita, though still popular, are in danger of being sidelined by increasingly capable smartphones and the games that are available to play on them. There is one problem with this transition however: the control system on touchscreen phones and tablets leaves a lot to be desired. Which is where GameKlip enters in to the equation. Read More
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Inexpensive device could allow the disabled to control computers with their eyes

By - July 17, 2012 2 Pictures
Bioengineers at Imperial College, London have developed a new computer controller for paraplegics that is not only more accurate and easier to use than current methods, but also uses inexpensive, off-the-shelf components. The GT3D device uses a pair of eyeglass frames with two fast video game console cameras costing less than UKP20 (US$30) each, which scan the wearer’s eyes from outside the field of vision and provide “3D” control at much lower costs and without invasive surgery. Read More

GameDock turns iPhone into a retro videogame console

The GameDock is a new accessory in the works for iPhone and iPad that converts your mobile device into a retro game console, complete with controller support for two players and video output for big screen gameplay. The controller is similar to the original Nintendo Gamepad and features a single directional pad and two action buttons in a comfortable and well tested layout. Read More

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