The Novint Falcon game controller is strange, touted as a "small robot" that replaces the mouse and joystick. The device, appearing as one big robotic eye with three mechanical "arms," remains stationary as a grip connected to the arms moves forward, backward, right, left, up, and down, essentially providing three dimensions of control.
To move the cursor on the screen, players move the Falcon's detachable grip. Motors turn on and are updated approximately 1000 times per second. The pistol grip is an extra accessory that can replace the Falcon's original grip. Naturally, this peripheral is ideal for first-person shooters, offering a working trigger and three additional buttons. Strangely enough, the pistol grip isn't available for sale in New York City, but you can purchase the peripheral anywhere else around the globe.