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Interview: Playhouse Entertainment's DualPLAY for PlayStation Move

iWaggle3D: "Following the teasing DualPLAY tech demo released a few weeks ago, Playhouse Entertainment reveals the "secret" behind its unique control system: a dedicated PlayStation Move peripheral merging analog sticks with motion controls.

As many of you might have guessed already, the "PlayStation Move Exclusive Game Targeted At Hardcore Gamers" announced at the end of October does indeed use a dual Move set-up, but it turns out it does more than that as movement and camera controls are tied to analog sticks.

But the Move doesn't feature an analog stick, right? Right. Well, founder of Playhouse Entertainment, Brett Gale, has been able to address that omission by developing a dedicated Move peripheral which basically combines Move and Navigation controllers into one, hand-held combo.

Double that up and you end up with what a set-up allowing for all kinds of 1:1 motion-based interactions without sacrificing movement and camera control.

To learn more about this interesting (if not heroic) indie project I've asked Brett a few questions."

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DivineAssault 1399d ago

interesting but whos going to want to drop that much on 2 navs n wands? plus the attachments? idk, sony is definitely going to continue using move for nx gen.. Hopefully a better ps eye n smaller orbs sticking out..

onyoursistersback1399d ago

i will never work....arms and hands will get tire with in an hour. (this coming from a person doing weights every day)

SolidDuck1399d ago

It is looking that way. I was hoping Sony would ditch motion gaming next gen. The fad is over.

MrDead1399d ago

After seeing this in action it looks good 1:1 motion control with both hands and full use of the of the pads buttons.

This won't replace the standard controller but as an option this looks fantastic.

jc485731399d ago

all that just to create a much realistic feeling. Not sure if that's a good thing.

Pathosverdes31399d ago

May be good for UI research, newgesture controlled 3d interfaces ...