Motion Sensing Upgrade for your Xbox 360 Controller
At long last it’s time for Xbox 360™ owners to feel the benefits of tilt
sensation, something of which PS3™ owners have been privileged to since its
inception. Moreover, the Nintendo Wii™ is a prime example of just how
instrumental interactive controllers can be in providing a highly enjoyable
gaming experience. Talismoon is delighted to the release the second generation
of its Tiltboard controller, featuring a high quality design which is guaranteed
to be even more user friendly than the PS3’s SIXAXIS™ controller.
Talismoon’s Tiltboard sports a unique u-shaped board that puts the two Tiltboard
control buttons within easy reach of gamers fingers, with one button
conveniently located on either wide of the wireless controller battery pack.
This gives gamers the ability to make on the fly tilt adjustments during a game
without even stopping. This comes in particularly handy for instances in games
when it is necessary to switch between both stick and tilt control.
The Tiltboard is an intelligent piece of kit and comes pre-loaded with TiltTune
™ technology which is the most user friendly firmware available for such a
device. Gamers have the option to adjust the tilt sensitivity, adjust the 0
degree in order to hold the controller at the most comfortable angle, invert the
Y axis and turn the tilt function on and off. Everything required to enjoy the
latest sensation in console gaming on Xbox 360™ comes in a convenient package
and requires only seven wires to solder.
Custom Fit Design
2 multifunction buttons within easy reach
Requires soldering 7 wires
"Best practice" install method eliminates control loss as controller
battery life weakens
Persistent memory keeps your TiltTune settings even if there is no power
to your controller.
The new tiltBoard comes preloaded with tiltTune technology (TM), the most
user friendly firmware available, including:
Adjust tilt sensitivity
Adjust the 0 degree so that you can hold the controller at whatever angle
is natural for you
Invert the Y axis (independently for either the stick or the tilt)
Turn the tilt on and off (switch between stick and tilt)