This engineer turned a running device into a PS4 controller to develop a “strolling simulator strolling simulator”
“AKA the lowest price range VR rig ever.”
An engineer has turned a broken treadmill into a PlayStation 4 controller to empower him to maintain his new year’s resolution of doing exercises much more even though even now acquiring his deal with of Death Stranding.
In a movie known as “Turning a Treadmill Into a PS4 Controller So I Workout”, electrical engineer Allen Pan – who assures us they have not been sponsored by Kojima and co. to undertake this experiment – requires us through the science of modifying a 3rd-celebration PlayStation 4 controller and hooking it up to a borked running equipment.
It’s rather concerned, so I am not even heading to pretend to know what it all indicates, but ultimately Pan properly wires the two equipment so that when he starts moving on the treadmill, Reedus’ character in Loss of life Stranding, Sam, moves, too (many thanks, VG24/7).
Admittedly the game also demands Pan to use the controller to preserve balance and swivel the digital camera, but there is no denying that he is achieved his ambition as he puffs and trousers his commentary to the digicam, proving he’s “going for walks the wander”.
“It truly is a strolling simulator going for walks simulator, AKA the lowest spending budget VR rig ever (Not sponsored by Monster Vitality),” the video description teases. Look at it out under:
Following the launch of Death Stranding, Hideo Kojima has unveiled he’s looking at horror flicks once more with a view to making “the scariest horror sport”.
In a tweet on his personalized Twitter account, Kojima admitted that even though establishing P.T. – the playable teaser that turned out to be a key announcement for an all-new Silent Hill video game, Silent Hills – he rented Thai horror The Eye but it was “also terrifying to finish viewing”. He also admitted that he was so terrified by the go over, he “rented the disc only”.