What happens when you turn Space Invaders into a live action game, complete with an actual fire hazard? We've already seen one recent clip bringing video games into real-life, which seemed fine up until Adam Sandler showed up. But Maker Martin Raynsford has restored the dream using paper invaders, Arduino and a laser cutter.Read More
How is the Xbox One controller improved compared to the Xbox 360? This is a question that 105 Microsoft employees have spent 2 years answering. The team have tried a lot of things, including the ability to emit smells (seriously); but a video has been released explaining exactly what's been done.
Ever wondered what to do with a few thousand leftover Lego bricks? New York-based multimedia artist "Baron" Julius von Brunk has made a giant, fully functioning NES controller that actually works with the games system.
So you flex those fore-arms to impress the women, who always end up walking away (it's okay to admit, we've all been there). Well what if we could provide you some kind of use for them except for their power of ticket dispensary?
Well Advancer Technologies has your back, with the Biofeedback Game Controller, a plug-and-play option that used EMG (electromyography) sensors to monitor electrical currents that flow through your muscles with every impulse, and turn them into on-screen control (in this case, navigating Mario in Super Mario 3).