Category: General Input Interfaces

Nes Hands Free Controller

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The NES Hands Free Controller (HFC) is a cursor control interface device designed to allow input into the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) for all NES games except those requiring the Zapper Light Gun or the PowerPad. The HFC is worn on the chest. A chin- activated joystick on a moveable arm is used to activate figures in the game. Button functions are simulated by use of a sip and puff switch. By sipping or puffing lightly, the A and B buttons are activated; harder sipping or puffing activates the Select and Start buttons. Users can specify the pressure necessary to activate Select and Start, and can reverse the activation of A and B from sip to puff and back again. The HFC can be used in competitive games where the other player is using other joysticks or controllers or another HFC. The HFC comes with three different joystick lengths. OPTIONS: Two packages are available: the HFC alone ($175), or with the NES Control Deck (including standard controllers) and Super Mario Brothers 2 ($275). DIMENSIONS: Joystick lengths are 2, 3.5, and 5 inches. WEIGHT: 2.5 pounds.


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