The versatile Joy-Con for Nintendo Switch offer many new and surprising ways to play and have fun. You can use the two Joy-Con independently, holding one in each hand, or use them together as if they were a single controller, with the Joy-Con handle. They can also be connected to the console for portable use, and by giving one to a friend, two can play in supported games. Each Joy-Con has a full set of buttons, so it can be considered as an independent controller. In addition, each Joy-Con includes an accelerometer and a motion sensor, which allow the controllers to perform independent movements. The versatility allowed by Joy-Con is about to revolutionize the world of video games by offering a variety of combinations of use never seen before The left Joy-Con features a capture button that players can press to capture game images to share with friends on social networks. The right Joy-Con includes an NFC sensor that allows you to interact with amiibo, as well as an IR camera that can detect the distance, shape and movement of nearby objects in specially created games. This allows the controller, for example, to measure how far away a player's hand is, and even to distinguish rock, paper and scissors. Both Joy-Cons include an advanced HD rumble feature, which can perform much more realistic vibrations than in the past in compatible games. The effect is so detailed that a player could, for example, feel the vibration of individual ice cubes colliding in a glass when shaking a Joy-Con. The HD rumble guarantees a realism otherwise achievable only with sound and graphics. Each of the packs includes 1 left Joy-Con, 1 right Joy-Con and 2 Joy-Con straps, which provide an easier grip and limit the risks in games where you need to wave your arms for example.