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Tobii IS-2 Eye Tracker aims at broader use

Tobii IS-2 Eye Tracker aims at broader use

We have talked about the eye tracking technology developed by Tobii in the past. Previously, the company has shown off technology that can add tracking to your monitor and an arcade game that used its eye tracking technology. The tech was even crammed inside a notebook at CeBIT 2011. At CeBIT 2012, the company showed off a new improved version of its eye tracking technology called IS-2 Eye Tracker Module.

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ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty revealed and detailed

ThinkGeek iCade 8-Bitty revealed and detailed

For those of you with a love for the original controller that swept the world with its rectangular simplicity in the original Nintendo Entertainment System, 8-bitty has been released for your mobile gaming enjoyment. This little controller has four buttons instead of the two you've seen in the old controller and has no affiliation with that controller other than its obvious inspirational bits. You'll get blue, red, orange, yellow, and green across the front with the same red buttons you've loved for so very long, and no cords!

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Xbox 360 controller Hot Pocket Dispenser revealed

Xbox 360 controller Hot Pocket Dispenser revealed

A true inventor of great objects can be found in Ben Heck, a man whose modding career spans a bit over a decade and whose latest masterpiece is an Xbox 360 controller-mounted Hot Pocket dispenser. As I'm sure you'll agree, the top comment on the how-to video for this object rings very, very true: "Wow, Laziness has sank to a new low." But heed this: so much work went into this piece of brilliance that there's no way on earth anyone could call this man lazy once they see him in action.

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Gametel adds a wireless controller to your smartphone

Gametel adds a wireless controller to your smartphone

Unlike other wireless gaming controllers, Gametel includes a universal built-in dock for any smartphone. The controller is compatible with tablets as well - but you can't dock it in. Sometimes it's not practical to play some of the more intense games on iOS, Android, or PC with a touchscreen, and a D-Pad with buttons can make a world of difference.

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Bridge controller hits Kickstarter, controls just about everything

Bridge controller hits Kickstarter, controls just about everything

A bunch of the stuff in your entertainment center probably has has the ability to type for searches and other things. The catch is that most of us lack a remote control that has a keyboard and if you have a bunch of components, you may have a bunch of remotes too. A new device on Kickstarter is aiming to control just about everything with one controller that also has a keyboard.

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Sony unveils new special edition Dualshock 3 controllers for PS3 in Japan

Sony unveils new special edition Dualshock 3 controllers for PS3 in Japan

Sony has unveiled two new controller styles for PS3 players in Japan. The limited edition controllers have a special design on the top section of the controller housing. The first of the special controllers is called urban camo. This controller will hit on November 17 and will only be available for a limited time. The price for the Dualshock 3 wireless controller in urban camouflage color will be 5,500 yen.

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Switchblade controller for gamers with handicaps debuts and it’s not from Razer

Switchblade controller for gamers with handicaps debuts and it’s not from Razer

There has been talk lately of the Switchblade, the gaming notebook from Razer that looks really cool. This Switchblade I am talking about isn't a gaming notebook or from Razer. This is a concept controller that is made just for gamers that have some sort of disability. The controlled looks very complex, is from the company called AbleGamers, and is in the Adroit line.

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Microsoft researchers show off system to turn your home into a controller for games and more

Microsoft researchers show off system to turn your home into a controller for games and more

I am with Don on the fate of the Kinect in my home. I haven't used the Kinect since the day it came into the house. The controller was just not that great for my kids and in my home and we quickly lost interest in the device. The coolest thing about Kinect to me is all the hacks that geeks have made using the motion controller. Microsoft Research is showing off a new concept that goes well beyond using your body as the controller for games.

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