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Xbox 360 controller gets motion sensing
Written by Raphael2040   
Wednesday, 20 June 2007 13:06

Like the Wii controller and the PS3 controller after it, the Xbox 360 controller has finally managed to get motion sensing.

 Though, it's not an official release. It's a modification of existing controllers that requires the user to solder a chip into it.

 The actual chip itself is called Tiltboard, and it released by Talismoon. The chip itself looks similar to the type of chip you expect to see for modding consoles. The good news is that the chip fits neatly in the Xbox controller casing. Though, it does require the soldering of seven wires from the chip to the controller board.


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