Fuseproject's Yves Béhar is joining us right now to answer your questions about designing the Ouya console and controller.
Behar, the renowned designer of the One Laptop for Child, has been tapped by the folks behind the forthcoming $99 Ouya console to make the new gaming machine stand out among all the console boxes we've played over the years.
Behar isn't the right person to talk about Ouya's gaming plans, but he is the perfect person to talk to about literally shaping a console. What are his inspirations? What does he think a console should look like? Why that color? If you've never been able to talk to a person who designed a gaming console before, now's your chance.
Ask your questions in the question field below.
Behar will be taking your questions below and answering them from 1:30pm to 2:00pm ET.
Update: Due to some Internet connection woes, Yves has been delayed a tad. Regardless, thanks for the questions. He'll be getting to them soon.
Update 2: OK, folks, we ran into a much bigger snag. A bug apparently on Kotaku's end blocked Yves from being able to answer your questions live. He's still eager to reply to your best questions and will do his best to submit them at a later time. We'll update this post when we've got them. Apologies to all who are hoping for a live chat today.
Update 3: Technical demons conquered. Yves graciously and patiently provided us some answers. Enjoy!