Sony Playstation compatible
LEDs on receiver for an at-a-glance diagnostics of reception
shape for better enhanced game play
not require line of sight used with Infrared (IR) controllers
operate through most solid objects
the high-resolution image.
the difference between IR and RF ?
(IR) technology uses line-of-sight to operate. That means that
an IR device (transmitter) must be pointing directly towards another
device (receiver) to function properly. For example, most television
remotes and home stereo remotes use IR and must be pointing toward
the device that needs to be controlled in order to operate.
If the IR remote is not pointing directly towards the IR receiver,
Infrared transmissions will not reach the receiver and the device
will not function properly. This can happen during left to right or
up and down movements.
realizes that pointing a device steadily at your gaming console during
game play is completely undesirable. Therefore, Radio Frequency
(RF) technology becomes the real world solution needed.
RF transmissions, similar to radio waves broadcasted by radio and
T.V. stations, can operate at longer distances and pass through solid
objects. The AeroPlay uses RF technology to perform wireless
duties without the line-of-sight dependencies and works through most
solid objects while still operating exceptionally well. This
allows the AeroPlay to provide the best wireless gaming experience.
see an illustrated demo, choose one of the following:
Receiver, 1 Game Controller
buttons, 2 analog thumbsticks, and direction pad
Channels (2 Channels per Group)