CES hosts few of the largest manufacturers in the world every year and during the show, numerous future and fresh products and technologies are presented. However CES is In addition key to compact companies as effectively as numerous of them are pretty innovative but lack the fame. One of these companies is Landscape that is recommended by Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak. And Presently, they are pushing out their second generation gamepad, MUJA, on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. And they claim its nothing which includes you’ve ever used before.
MUJA is not a conventional gamepad. Traditional gamepads are bulky, often heavy, and most of the times inconvenient to carry about. What’s more, most of them allow you to only use 2 fingers to control the game what is a bit restrictive as modern games allow for unlimited movement and actions. Finally, plenty of phones overheat after playing intensive games enclosed in a gamepad. Handscape MUJA wants to solve all of these problems with its suction cup design that attaches on the back of the smartphone, multi-finger support, heat dissipation, Bluetooth connection, etc.
In addition, MUJA supports both iOS and Android telephones and its built-in 450mAh battery supports continuous 36 hrs play time and 56 hours of standby. To continue, the heat dissipation feature improves the phone’s performance whereas gaming by keeping the temperature at an acceptable level. Moreover, the MUJA is touch-enabled and ergonomic so you can use both the gamepad and the panel at the similar time to control games. Finally, the fresh stick-on design helps the gamepad to stick tightly on your cameraphone and improve comfort whenever a long period of gaming. According to the company, there are far more innovations to be revealed early.
Back in 2015, Landscape released their 1st gen controlling device for iPhone and iPad but the downside was that it required a alternative buy if you wanted to use it on both iPhone and iPad and it worked only on iOS products. The advantage of MUJA is that it can be attached to gadgets of any dimensions and it currently supports Android too.