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Padded armrests are important, as controllers usually force your arms to be extended outward.
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Amid poor weather and low clouds, Zobayan had to get permission from air traffic controllers to pass through airspace with lower visibility than regulations typically allow.
The brain contains a controller that determines how the robot moves, interpreting sensory information from the environment and translating this into motor controls.
Pre-rendered cinematic scenes have also been upgraded, and controller support has been added to the PC edition.
Rather than leaving the scene untouched for safety investigators, a traffic controller at the rail yard told a train operator to move the trains off the track.
If, like me, you haven’t picked up a controller much since the glory days of the early 2000s, you should really give it another shot.
Data controllers are responsible for assessing each such proposed transfer, on a case by case basis.
Developers working with the fledgling tech are constantly pushing boundaries, and have realized full body, motion-based experiences with the advent of touch-based controllers.
Easier games can get your mind and body accustomed to navigating space, experimenting with controllers, and monitoring your body’s overall reactions.
A pair of screens—one in the main instrument display, one in the center stack—displayed information, and to interact with it all, a rotary controller sat on the center console.

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