Playstation Controller Patent Print
Delve into the blueprint of gaming control with this striking Playstation Controller Unit patent print, showcasing the ingenuity of Teiyu Goto and Hiroki Ogata from May 8, 1995. Patent number 5,551,693 is not just a number—it represents a revolutionary step in the evolution of gaming interaction, detailing the intricate design that set a new standard for controllers worldwide.
This print illustrates the careful consideration of ergonomics and user interface that has become synonymous with classic gaming. From the tactile feedback of the buttons marked with iconic shapes to the comfortably placed directional pad and the revolutionary introduction of dual analog sticks, every element reflects a legacy of design that continues to influence the controllers we use today.
Encased in an elegant black border, this patent print would be a sophisticated addition to any space, appealing to passionate gamers, designers, and those with an appreciation for the craftsmanship that goes into the tools of digital entertainment.
A tribute to a device that has become a core part of the gaming experience, this print is more than decor; it is a conversation starter, a historical document, and a piece of art that invites viewers to reflect on the progress and innovation in the world of gaming. Add this timeless piece to your collection and pay homage to the touchstone of modern gaming controls.
Teiyu Goto et al, May 8, 1995.