The PlayStation 3 Motion Controller was unveiled at E3 2009, where several tech demos were shown to demonstrate the types of experiences this new-gen controller will offer.
The Playstation 3 Motion Controller contains built-in motion sensors, including a colour-changing orb at its head, which interacts with the PlayStation Eye camera to track movement. This tracking is precise, meaning the PlayStation 3 Motion Contoller recreates every single swing of the arm and twist of the wrist exactly on screen.
Time to Move
The PS3 has had Motion Technology since it's launch back in 2007. The Sixaxis controller launched with the PlayStation 3 and gave gamers a small amount of motion control.
Fast forward 3 years and Sony have now stepped up with PlayStation Move.
Get your Move on
The PlayStation Move gives PlayStation 3 gamers a new way to play and interact with their PlayStation 3. The Move is actually broken into three separate parts; the motion controller, sub-controller and the PlayStation Eye camera.
The PlayStation Move Motion Controller and PlayStation Eye Camera
The Move Motion Controller contains advanced motion sensors such as a three-axis accelerometer, a three-axis gyroscope and a terrestrial magnetic field sensor to measure your movements and motions which are translated into on screen movements and commands.
The colour changing sphere on the end of the controller is tracked by the PlayStation Eye and by using the power of the PlayStation 3 it detects the movements, angle and the absolute position in 3D space, to add to the accuracy.
PlayStation Move Sub-Controller
This newly announced part of PlayStation Move is a one handed controller that further expands the interaction that you can experience with PlayStation Move titles.
The sleek design makes the Sub-controller easy and comfortable to use. But for those who still enjoy buttons, the Sub-contoller comes with an analog stick and directional buttons to move characters and navigate menus.
Moving to the beat
At this point there are 36 third party developers and publishers gearing up to support the PlayStation Move, but what they are working on is still under wraps.
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