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 Mad Genius Builds Prototype DualShock 3 Controller - tech
(hx) 06:25 AM EDT - May,13 2013
This is the proof-of-concept prototype of the Mad Genius Motion Capture System working with Skyrim on an XBox360. It is a game controller that can act as a standard controller and/or a motion sensitive controller. It has unprecedented tracking accuracy of +/- 1/100th of an inch. The game controller in the video is only the proof-of-concept prototype. The final version will be wireless--there will be no cables from the controller. Motion gaming can be added to any game, even if the game wasn't written for motion controller. It works with any gaming system--XBox, XBox360, PS1, PS2, PS3, Wii, Nintendo, or PC. Add motion capture to any game, even if it's ten years old! Dig up your old games and play them again in a whole new way!



UPDATE: The time delay between moving the controller and swinging the sword or warhammer is part of Skyrim. It's not a delay in the controller. The controller fires the command as soon as the player has done the motion. The same thing happens when you use the trigger on a "normal" controller. In Skyrim heavier weapons take longer to swing so the warhammer takes longer to swing than the sword. The trigger press on a "normal" controller or the player's motion STARTS the swing. The weapon takes time to move and this is part of the Skyrim software. It's not a delay in the controller response.

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