Yifeeling Designan innovative designer from China, has created a controller that can be used for normal, virtual reality and augmented reality video gamesadapting to any type of game.
According to the report published on the website of hardzonethis controller would adapt to the entertainment experience that its user is enjoying at any time.
The gamepad has the option of unpin one entire end from the main assembly, which becomes a motion control like the ones that VR lens sets and their controls usually have.
This mode would allow manage the action with simple gestures that we make in the air and that are translated within video games into actions related to the movement of our hands.
The module that we can unpin can be placed inside an accessory to take it anywhere, even hanging on the neck, to always have it at hand.
The control has a dedicated surface for the start button, two buttons for specific actions, an analog stick and another trigger device on top. Interestingly, the gamepad is also designed for left-handed users.
In its normal configuration, the controller offers a fairly recognizable layout with two analog sticks, eight-way circular-shaped crosshead, the classic four ABYX buttons, shortcuts for screenshots and Home, four triggers on the top, a green panel-like surface that could be touch and a volume control.
This controller is just a project that Yifeeling developed. It is unknown if the intention of the study is for a large hardware brand to notice it to make it a reality. Will Sony or Microsoft want it?