I’m telling you, we may have accidentally (we’re not sorry) triggered a modularity revolution! There’s absolutely no shortage of modular concepts and if nothing, we’ve seen more than a fair share in the past few weeks (take for example this modular microphone concept, or these modular shoes that we love, or even this DIY modular smartphone).
The EXEO is the next in the series of “things made modular”. This series of concept controllers for console gaming are designed to be used individually as Nintendo Wii-esque hand-held modules. Designed for separate purposes, the Velox, Brutus, and Terra make rather useful controllers for various scenarios. However, things get interesting when they pair up, allowing you to make more complex instruments of gaming, from bike-handlebars, to an F1 steering wheel, to a joypad, and to even a massive plasma shotgun. My personal favorite however is the assembly for archery, that uses 3 Velox modules and one Brutus module.
All modules smartly fit into one another, recognizing what they’re being crafted into when you plug them together. Not only do they come with controls on them, they even include feedback lights, that totally uplift your gaming experience. Let’s hope Nintendo makes this dream come true!
Designer: Sushant Vohra