Razer has introduced the next-generation motion sensing controllers called the Razer Hydra. The company collaborated with Sixense and Valve to develop the Portal 2 content to improve game immersion capabilities.
Powered by Sixense, the gaming-grade motion sensing controllers synchronize with the gamer’s natural body movements. Users can use the Portal 2 to shoot portals, perform extreme jumps, and interact with physics puzzles in three dimensions,
With ultra-low latency and high-accuracy, the Razer Hydra enables one-to-one tracking capability to the exact degree and millimeter. The PC motion sensing controllers allow gamers to experience maximum portal testing.
Co-founder and President of Valve, Gabe Newell stated that the Razer Hydra has been developed with a mission to drive the PC gaming industry. It allows users to enjoy a real-world gaming experience and enables developers to explore new forms of entertainment and gameplay.
The CEO and Creative Director of Razer, Min-Liang Tan stated that the high-precision tracking capability that replicates every move-in game will fascinate the gamers.