Take gaming to the next level with FluxBits, the wearable game interface. FluxBits is able to turn everyday objects into in-game controls, where a whole new world of opportunities open up with an Open Design approach to gaming. FluxBits are worn by the gamer, who can then use a clipboard as a proxy steering wheel, while an umbrella could stand in for the joystick, depending on the user’s preferences. Individual FluxBit pieces can be used to form an ad-hoc network that communicates with a central mobile device. It is currently in the prototype phase at the moment, but it would be interesting to see gamers pick this technology up in full force, where they can then turn any object anywhere into a gaming peripheral.
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