Would You Play Games Using This PlayStation Bra Controller?

Video game controllers can come in all sorts of manners and, just like the NeGcon, this PlayStation controller by Daniele Hopkins and Kyle Duffield is definitely a unique take on controllers.

Introducing the Bra and Top controller.

The Itagaki Interface

That is a working PlayStation DualShock bra controller that artists Daniele Hopkins and Kyle Duffield created to make a statement about sexism in gaming. Yes. It’s an art piece, not an actual product that Sony made.

The controllers are called the “Itagaki Interface” and was created as part of an art project that highlights hypersexualized nature of games such as Dead or Alive. The duo took it to another level by allowing exhibitors to play Dead or Alive while they become human controllers.

Powerful art statement or not, it’s definitely not an efficient way of playing games

Source: HopkinsDuffield.com

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