Drawing crowds at this year's Game Developers Conference, this is motion control company Sixense's forthcoming STEM System for virtual reality motion control. It's working here with an Oculus Rift.
Sure, he killed a buncha bad guys later, but Luke Skywalker wasn't always a badass Jedi. He spends much of the first film wandering around like a useless dork, which is exactly the kind of Luke Sywalker this new VR demo will have you simulate.
I was nauseous for hours after trying the latest hot-shit evolution of virtual reality gaming. But I’d do it again.
There's a campaign currently running on Kickstarter to fund a new kind of motion controller. The people behind the campaign asked for a meager $250,000. Instead, they got more than four hundred thousand—and that was just day one.
Portal 2 on the PS3 is getting Move support and some "new" levels. It's also playable at Sony's E3 booth, so we popped on over to take a look, see how the Move actually worked with the game.
Developers Sixense have announced that a bunch of new Portal content is coming to the PlayStation 3. It's called Portal 2 In Motion, and is DLC for the existing game that takes full advantage of Sony's PlayStation Move peripheral.
Keyboard and mouse controls got you down? Yeah, didn't think so. But if millimeter precise motion control sounds like an interesting way to play Valve's first-person puzzler Portal 2, you might want to buy yourself a Razer Sixense.
Having just played a custom build of Left 4 Dead 2 with a pair of Sixense TrueMotion wireless motion controllers, I'm glad to have access to a standard game pad.
No, that's not a modified version of Nintendo's Wii Remote. That's Sixense's latest 3D input tech device they've been working on secretly the past 18 months. It's sorta like the current Wii-mote, but much more precise. The company showed off various tech demos at this years nVision 08 in San Jose, California.…