The Dragon Grip Joystick Simulates Sounds Heard in Famous Kung Fu Films

By: Sarah Moore - Published: May 15, 2012 • References: dragongrip & gizmag
The Dragon Grip joystick brings some much-needed authenticity to imitation fight sequences taken part in by wannabe Kung-Fu masters. Shaped like a video game joystick, the toy fits into the palm of the user's hand and generates all the hi-ya's and judo-chopping sound effects necessary to feel like Bruce Lee.

Designed by Paul Mark and John Fearon as a kickstarter project, the martial arts sound simulator is available in black with a red dragon emblazoned across the handle or in a reverse color scheme that sees the dragon colored in black and the handle in red. The device houses a front-facing speaker and four-way directional pad that are used to playback punching, karate slashing, side kicking and sound effects that coincide with the moves made by the user holding the joystick. Stats for Martial Arts Mastery Toys Trending: Older & Chilly
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