An upgraded 3D controller, now compatible with Second Life
Bottomline: Addition of Second Life support will boost this controller’s appeal
We first reviewed this innovative 3D controller back in May 2007.
Logitech has now given it an upgrade, with support for the role-playing game Second Life being the most notable addition. Using the small, squat controller you can now walk and fly within the game using both horizontal and vertical hand movements, as well as twisting and tilting it. Aside from this addition, very little has changed.
The Personal Edition version is for non-commercial use (the standard version costs £82) and it’s compatible with over 120 titles including a variety of Cad applications and Google Earth.