We have featured a number of gaming controllers for Apple’s iPad here on Geeky Gadgets but the RoboTouch iPad game controller takes a new and innovative approach to controlling games on the tablet.
The RoboTouch uses an old NES controller together with a Arduino board that is used to control micro servos connected to custom conductive arms. As you press the controls on the NES control pad, the arms then simulate the touch of fingers on the iPad’s screen. Watch the video after the break to see the RoboTouch prototype in action.
The control system has been designed and created by Joven of ProtoDojo
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Apple iPad, Design News, Gadgets News, Gaming News