Video: Sure, your controller rumbles while playing your favourite video games, but what about your chair? Here's how to turn any chair into a DIY rumbling chair and make your games even more immersive. In this video, youtuber Rulof Maker takes rumble packs to the next level. He shows you how to craft a vibrating motor for your chair, then wire it to your PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 or Xbox One controller. The project is fairly involved, and you'll need to do some soldering and other electronics work, but it would make for a great weekend project. Once you have it all set up, every time your games make your controller rumble, your chair will rumble too. Video game explosions and car crashes will feel more real than ever. You can find complete schematics and a parts list at the link below.
Build A DIY Rumbling Gaming Chair
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