New Hampshire: Professor Marie Flanagan at Dartmouth University in the United States has developed the world’s largest gaming stick, which is 10 feet long and can be moved to play video games.
The Joystick Attari 2600 was built in 2006 for the video game console, which uses wood, rubber and steel.
Weighing in at 3,000 pounds, it has been on display at industrial exhibitions in various countries for the past 15 years, but Guinness World Records recognized it as the world’s largest video game Joystick in 2021. An entry in this regard will also be included in the Guinness Book of World Records 2022 edition.
Professor Marie Flanagan says the gamble stick weighs a lot, but a seven- to eight-year-old can easily play a video game by moving it, a scene that can be seen on the big screen.