Following up on reports that EA chief John Riccitiello let slip the name of Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3 motion controller, a Sony spokesperson told Kotaku that "Gem" isn't necessarily the device's real name.
A newly published patent from Sony Computer Entertainment, which looks a lot like the company's PlayStation 3 motion controller, showcases a plethora of possibilities for the forthcoming device, more attachments than you could shake a Wii Remote at.
In a 7-minute video chat, Anton Mikhailov of Sony Computer Entertainment America takes us on another tour of the PlayStation Motion Controller, whose prototype he reveals was assembled from some spare parts bought up at a Home Depot.
The head of marketing for the PlayStation brand told us at E3 that Sony's new PlayStation 3 motion-control tech could be the thing to get hardcore players into "motion gaming."
Considering both of Nintendo's rivals announced motion-control projects, one wonders what Shigeru Miyamoto's reaction would be.