unveiled the second generation of his tiltBoard 360, providing motion-based controls to the one console that doesn't use them. The tilting functions act as an input for however you used the right analog stick.
New to this version is the ability to calibrate, adjust sensitivity, invert the Y-direction and switch between using the analog stick and motion controls "In game." While appreciate Thole's user-friendly implementation, which involve just tow buttons that are "easily accessible on the outside of the controller," the press release claims, we don't currently have a picture of the buttons on the exterior, relegated currently to internal shots. We've contacted both Adam Thole and distributor Talismoon for more information.
The new version of tiltBoard 360 is scheduled to ship the second half of this month for an estimated price of $34.99.
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