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joystick

1. n. the vertical lever used to control smaller aircraft. She pulled back on the joystick and the plane took off.
2. n. an electronic control device for computer games and other program control. (From sense 1) The ship’s first officer used a tiny joystick to control the computer program that guided the ship the next port.
3. n. the erect penis. (Usually objectionable.) He couldn’t seem to stop playing pocket pool with his joystick.
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Using Cypress's WirelessUSB technology, the joystick enables gamers to play their PC games from a distance of up to 10m (30ft) without the hassle of wires and without interference from other wireless products.
They are designed to accept joystick commands, engine control module signals, CAN messages, PLC signals, potentiometers, switched inputs and other industry standard voltage or current command signals.
The ForcePro series joystick uses a flexible coupling to mount a 'movable' joystick lever to the control unit.
The analog Vsense(TM) technology in Varatouch's joysticks allows users to move in infinite directions at variable speeds.
In contrast, other devices available in the market cannot compete with the simplicity and total control that these joysticks have to offer.
Logitech (Nasdaq:LOGI) (Switzerland:LOGN) today announced the Logitech(R) Extreme(TM) 3D Pro and Logitech(R) Attack(TM) 3 joysticks for PC and Mac.
a manufacturer and global distributor of industrial keyboards, joysticks and trackballs have formed a strategic technology and marketing alliance to leverage their expertise in mouse and cursor control applications.
The Lynx wireless controllers feature fully analog pressure-sensitive action buttons and D-pad, dual analog joysticks, and rubberized grips to increase comfort.
Initially targeted at human input devices (HID) and electronic sensors, R2 Technology can be used to create a wide range of devices, including joysticks, touchpads, advanced switches, and new ways to provide the ubiquitous knobs and slider controls used in consumer electronics.