Video game controllers are growing nifty and smart by every passing day. With Microsoft having launched Kinect to now incorporate motion detection in video game controls and numerous other technologies entering the realm, video games are becoming really advanced. But here’s the other side of the coin: recently, the largest video game controller in the world was unveiled in London. It weighs 265lbs, is about 12-foot wide and was created with a cost of a whooping $6,000. Good for the creator though because he earned a place in the Guinness World Records Gamer’s edition.
This extra-ordinary game controller was developed by an engineering student at Delft University of Technology in Netherlands, named Ben Allen. Currently, this huge device is on display at Liverpool St. Station. The most interesting part of this thing is that it works! You can actually play games with the video game controller. However, you will definitely require a couple of friends to help you with the controls.
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