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Gamepad & Device Interface   (Mathematica Guide)
As soon as you connect almost any kind of controller or input device to your computer, Mathematica will immediately let you use it to control Manipulate, 3D graphics, etc. ...
Use Built-in Gamepad Support   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica supports using joysticks, gamepads, 3D mice, and all other controller devices that follow the HID specification. In fact, in many cases, there is zero setup ...
Beyond using a keyboard or mouse, you can control Mathematica with a joystick, gamepad, 3D mouse, or any device that follows the industry-standard human interface device ...
ControllerInformation   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ControllerInformation[] gives dynamically updated information on currently connected controller devices.
ControllerPath   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ControllerPath is an option that gives a list of external controllers or classes of controllers to try for functions such as ControllerState, Manipulate, and Graphics3D.
ControllerManipulate   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ControllerManipulate[expr, {u, u_min, u_max}] generates a version of expr set up to allow interactive manipulation of the value of u using an external controller ...
ControllerState   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ControllerState["c"] gives the state of the control c for the first connected controller device on which it is supported.ControllerState[{"c_1", "c_2", ...}] gives the states ...
Standalone Interfaces   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica not only allows you to create interfaces within its usual notebook framework, but also to create complex standalone interfaces that customize the whole user ...
Manipulate   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Manipulate[expr, {u, u_min, u_max}] generates a version of expr with controls added to allow interactive manipulation of the value of u. Manipulate[expr, {u, u_min, u_max, ...
Custom Interface Construction   (Mathematica Guide)
For many applications, high-level constructs like Manipulate and TabView will immediately give you the dynamic interactivity you need. Mathematica also allows you to create ...
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