All of these controls were created for a videogame called Attack of the Graske. The only one to have a prior known existence was the Relative Dimensional Stabilizer.
The TARDIS Data Core reveals:
- Attack of the Graske was a Doctor Who video game of the interactive movie genre. It premiered on BBC Red Button at the time of the broadcast of TV: The Christmas Invasion. It was later placed on the series 2 DVD box set, to be played by home viewers around the world. It also has been converted for play in a web browser, and is, As of December 2013, available on the official BBC Doctor Who website.
Relative Dimensional Stabilizer:
The Relative Dimensional Stabiliser (simply called RDS or, more often, dimensional stabiliser) was a component of a TARDIS control system, which allowed to cross the dimensional barrier (TV: The Invisible Enemy) or, in other words, which regulated the outer plasmic shell of the ship in relation to its exterior.
Some of its functions and/or components include a chronostat and "synaptic adesion". (TV: The Armageddon Factor)
The Vector Tracker and the Vortex Loop were:
In "Attack of the Graske", the vector tracker (and Vortex Loop) were operated by the player at home with either the digital remote control or a computer mouse which has been temporarily linked with the sonic screwdriver. If the player chose incorrectly, the Tenth Doctor, who was busy elsewhere in the TARDIS tracking a Graske, picks it out for them.