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Video Game Controller Can Read Your Emotions

09
Apr
2014

Titles like The Last of Us and Bioshock Infinite prove that video games can make us emotional, but what if our controllers were aware of that? A group of Stanford University engineers have developed a gamepad modification that can read — and react to– the way you feel when playing a game. Stanford doctoral candidate Corey McCall showcases this unique peripheral in a video, where we see a modified version of Microsofts Xbox 360 controller.

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