And you thought waggling motion controllers and Kinect made you look weird while gaming.
If you like to play games on your iPhone, this add-on gaming controller can make the action easier to handle.
How exactly do you use the Steam Machine's wacky analog-less controller? This is how.
Nintendo isn't the only one that can think outside of the box when it comes to trying out new controllers.
This Kickstarter funded controller looks like a Wii U GamePad, but can be played with a gazillion different systems.
Did you know the Xbox One controller has over 40 new improvements? Most of them are subtle, but they add up to faster and more responsive gaming.
This probably the first "foot-on" in DVICE history.
What does a guy with access to industrial X-ray machines do with the see-through machines? X-ray his naughty bits and upload them anonymously to the Internet? Been there, done that. How about X-ray video game controllers? Yeah, now that's more like it.
Now that all three major video game consoles have motion controls and the Kinect is such a success, it'd seem like button-less tech is the future of gaming input for video games. Not so says the man behind Sony's PlayStation Move. Regular gaming pads aren't going extinct just soon.
Sometimes, gaming companies inject a little oomph into video game controllers. Vibration, motion control and — if it catches on — 3D are all designed to draw the player in more. Now, MIT adds to one more ploy to that list: heat.