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This engineer turned a running machine into a PS4 controller to create a “walking simulator walking simulator”

An engineer has turned a broken treadmill into a PlayStation 4 controller to enable him to keep his new year’s resolution of exercising more whilst still getting his fix of Death Stranding.

In a video called “Turning a Treadmill Into a PS4 Controller So I Exercise”, electrical engineer Allen Pan – who assures us they have not been sponsored by Kojima and co. to undertake this experiment – takes us through the science of modifying a third-party PlayStation 4 controller and hooking it up to a borked running machine.

It’s pretty involved, so I’m not even going to pretend to know what it all means, but eventually Pan successfully wires the two machines so that when he starts moving on the treadmill, Reedus’ character in Death Stranding, Sam, moves, too (thanks, VG24/7).

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