AI Shark introduced gamepads with AI that adapt to the style of the game

AI Shark introduced gamepads with AI that adapt to the style of the game

At the CES exhibition, the AI ​​Shark company presented gamepads that, thanks to intelligent functions, adapt to the playing style of users. This is an updated version of GameShark, which previously allowed you to use cheats in Nintendo 64, PlayStation and other consoles.

AI Shark introduced a computing unit, game controller, mouse, keyboard and headset based on AI. The gamepad is equipped with sensors that note the force and time of pressing the buttons, and the real-time algorithm adjusts the sensitivity of the buttons and the response time.

“The AI ​​in the controller adapts to your play style by learning your habits and preferences. It can offer button remapping and sensitivity settings, helping players of all skill levels perform complex actions with ease. For new players, it’s like intuitive controls, and for veterans, it’s a tool that’s constantly evolving and adjusting to their level,” the company said.

Earlier it was reported that the retailer Best Buy introduced a new version of the Sony DualSense controller with a charging station. At the same time, the company did not officially announce the release of the gamepad.

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