- Sony New Dual sense wireless controller has some new adaptive features that bring an immersive gaming experience.
- Sony has added haptic feedback to its new PS5 controller that makes you feel the environment in Astro’s Playroom, with adaptive triggers that provide tension when you’re drawing a bow or pulling on a cord.
- When current isn’t running through the motor then the triggers feel like regular ones, but as soon as the current is added through the motor this generates tension and resistance for the triggers.
- more games are coming that will make special use of the DualSense bringing an immersive experience while gaming
Wireless Controller Specifications
|Dimensions||Approx. 160mm x 66mm x 106mm (excludes largest projection) (width x height x depth)|
|Buttons||PS button, Create button, Options button, Directional buttons (Up/Down/Left/Right), Action buttons (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square),R1/L1 button, R2/L2 button (with Trigger Effect)Left stick / L3 button, Right stick / R3 button, Touch Pad button, MUTE button|
|Touch Pad||2 Point Touch Pad, Capacitive Type, Click Mechanism|
|Motion Sensor||Six-axis motion sensing system (three-axis gyroscope + three-axis accelerometer)|
|Audio||Built-in Microphone Array, Built-in Mono Speaker, Stereo Headset JackOutput : 48kHz/16bit, Input : 24kHz/16bit|
|Feedback||Trigger Effect (on R2/L2 button), Vibration (haptic feedback by dual actuators), Indicators (Light bar / Player indicator / MUTE status)|
|Ports||USB Type-C® port (Hi-Speed USB), Stereo Headset Jack, Charging Terminals|
|Communication||Wireless: Bluetooth® Ver5.1|
Wired: USB connection (HID, Audio)
|Battery||Type: Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery|
Voltage: DC 3.65V
- Here’s how the PS5’s ‘adaptive triggers’ work
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- Here are list of games coming to PS5