Friday, July 08, 2005

New Patent

A new patent has appeared describing what appears to be the Revolution controller with haptic feedback. You can check it out here. I'll be reading it also so I will update whe n I am done.



Well, it appears it is a controller, however, I do not believe it is registered by Nintendo. This is all very confusing. But it appears the controller has a slider, a trackball, and haptic feedback in both the analog stick and the d-pad. I know that the comments under this post will describe it better because people are alot smarter than me at figuring patents and such out.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I used to write patents for Motorola. I looked at the technical documents and the design of it is clearly a Nintendo design. Though, it's registered to IMMERSION, who specializes in force feedback technology. So, is Nintendo pairing up with them for the new controller? Also, look at the design, if that's the controller, the button layout is not the best for twitch fighting games. Looks like they're not learning a lesson. Unless using ON, you can look like a moron in your living room punching air and trying not to fall into something.

7/09/2005 12:29 AM  
Blogger HereticPB said...

Well a blog by KingDea said a trackball instead of a C stick and he also states Feedback technology where it can force the controller left like if an explosion blows up on the right in a game the controller shifts left.

7/09/2005 12:40 AM  
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7/09/2005 12:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nintendo has partnered with Immersion. And you can see that many patents filed by Nintendo recently, have Immersion as the people who invented it. So this is definetly worth looking into!

7/09/2005 12:52 AM  
Anonymous Loaded_gun said...

I don't believe this for a second, because for starters the pictures show it connecting to a computer. Two I think this would be a horrible idea for a controler and I think Nintendo will be smarter than to use an idea like this.

7/09/2005 1:03 AM  
Blogger Nomadx469 said...

can this be a Revo screen shot

defitnitly not a DS screen

7/09/2005 12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

both these patents the one I have given you (two link above) and the one you gave in the previous post are made on the same day 16-June-2005?...mere coincidence?...although the patent you mentioned doest say NINTENDO as 'the applicant' The one i mentioned DOES say NINTENDO as the 'applicant' thats where it becomes a mystery?...but this is interesting?...the patent you showed..has articulating arms?...and I typed the word nintendo into the search of US patent office page...and this is one of the patents that came up...which also happens to have articulating arms mentioned..but it is the OTHER things that are mentioned inside this patent that i am really excited about wether or not its actually nintendo that made it...
also these are all patents that show up when I type NINTENDO into the US patent office search engine... the link...

7/09/2005 12:52 PM  
Blogger Takeshi_Kovacs said...

to anonymous , that link you gave is just to a patent about the gameboy e.t.c.

7/09/2005 5:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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7/09/2005 9:54 PM  
Anonymous Taiki24 said...

I didnt know Nintendo was partnered with Imersion.

7/11/2005 4:45 PM  

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