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3DRudder Brings Gaming Down to Earth at CES 2015

 - Jan 8, 2015
References: 3drudder & theverge
Traditionally, gamers have been restricted to the use of their hands when it comes to controlling their video game of choice; that may no longer by the case thanks to the 3DRudder, which debuted at CES 2015. It is a motion board that brings the pastime down to earth by allowing players the use of their feet. Shaped like a bosu ball, which is used for workouts, the 3DRudder requires balance to use.

The Verge writes that the 3DRudder translates "their motion into gaming controls by mapping four different methods of control onto button presses or joystick swivels." Responsive, precise and intuitive, the 3DRudder could change the way people interact with their video games. Especially if its Indiegogo campaign is successful.