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Powerglove was by Mattel and marketted as an NES peripheral because that was incredibly successful at that time.

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That's some nice information I'll be sure to keep in mind next time I say anything about the pg.

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Now that i really ponder on it, i believe that any swordplay game might be pretty cool w/ the controller. If u ever been to the oasis - Gameworks and played the samurai arcade, i kinda like it.

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I'm pretty sure lucas arts will eventually release a star war's game for the system. Aren't a lot of todays developers dieing to make new games for this?

 

It was based on the patented technology of the VPL Dataglove, but with many modifications that allowed it to be used with a slow hardware and sold at an affordable price. Where the Dataglove could detect yaw, pitch and roll, used fiberoptic sensors to detect finger flexure and had a resolution of 256 positions (8 bits) per 5 fingers, the Power Glove could only detect roll, and used sensors coated with conductive ink yielding a resolution of 4 positions (2 bits) per 4 fingers. This allowed the Power Glove to store all the finger flexure information in a single byte.

 

Huh, that sounds extremly familier.

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*Swings bat*

YOSHA! YOSHA! YOSHA!!!!

THERE U HAV IT ROOKIES, WATCH OUT PS3 & 360!

THE REVO JUST MIGHT BLOW EVERYONE OUT OF THE FRIGGIN PARK!!!

*Swings bat really hard*

YOOOOOSHAAAAA!!!!!

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you know, there's this guy who made a mouse out of a power glove.

and another that made a rumble mouse.

 

merge the two and add a splash guard and you get the idea.

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rev has a litte more power then the original xboz

super smash bros rev is a launch title

ps3 is as easy to program as the ps2 no need to change.

 

Imagine rev controller with force feedback when playing star wars game.

 

But, what's to stop microsoft copying the idea?

 

Rev controller based on the principal of easy of use, people know how to use a remote control then should be able to use the rev control to

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rev has a litte more power then the original xboz

super smash bros rev is a launch title

ps3 is as easy to program as the ps2 no need to change.

 

Imagine rev controller with force feedback when playing star wars game.

 

But, what's to stop microsoft copying the idea?

 

Rev controller based on the principal of easy of use, people know how to use a remote control then should be able to use the rev control to

*clueless*

They can copy that idea?

No patent or anything on a remote/controller thingy?

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