The Optical Dance Pad is a contactless, wireless dance pad controller for video game systems. Using specialized optics and infrared emitters/receivers, the Optical Dance Pad can detect both temporal and spacial object placement in one or more segments surrounding a central area. This is an improvement over traditional dance pad controllers that require physical contact of the switches within the pad.
The Atari® Flashback™ 2 Classic Game Console is a dedicated console modeled after the 1977 release of the Atari 2600 Video Computer System (VCS). The Flashback 2 includes 40 built-in Atari 2600 games, such as Pong, Adventure, Asteroids, Centipede, Millipede, Breakout, Missile Command, and Combat, and features two removable joysticks resembling the original CX-40 controllers. It is the ultimate re-creation of the classic gaming experience.
The Gamecaster Cybercam™ is the world’s first video game camera that connects to consoles and PCs during live video game competitions, enabling pro-sports cameramen to shoot matches from “within” the game, and pro-sports directors to call an in-game multicamera live switch, delivering a real spectator experience for live, Internet, and TV viewers.
The Stelladaptor 2600 Controller-to-USB Interface allows the use of standard Atari 2600-compatible controllers, including joysticks, paddles, and driving controllers, with modern computers running Windows, Macintosh, or Linux operating systems. Stelladaptor will work with any emulators that support standard HID-class USB game controllers.
IntelliPalm allows you to use your Palm-based PDA to load Intellivision ROM images into the Schell’s Electronics Intellicart. The package includes a Windows-based tool to create Palm OS database files (.PDBs) from Intellivision ROM images and a Palm OS application to communicate with the Intellicart using a HotSync cable/cradle.