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Submitted by Nineball2112 1650d ago | article

The tech behind PlayStation Move

MCV: Wireless nunchuck, fewer buttons and colour-changing ball set Move apart from competitors.

We've had very few bones to chew on since Sony first announced its Motion Controller at E3 last year, but Sony's GDC keynote last night finally gave us some meat to chew on.

On the face of it perhaps the biggest surprise surrounding the PlayStation Move is its similarity to the Wii. While Microsoft's Natal is opting for a totally different, peripheral-less route, Move will very much mirror Wii's twin-stick set-up – though talk from developers suggests that Sony's technology offers a far greater level of precision. (Playstation Move, PS3)

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