PlayStation Move: The Mind-Body Experience

Posted by Richard Marks // Senior Researcher, Sony Computer Entertainment America
Hi everyone! I just wanted to give you guys a quick heads-up that I'll be giving a keynote presentation at the sixth annual Games for Health Conference in Boston next month.

For those of you who aren't familiar with the Games for Health Conference, it is an event that's held in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Pioneer Portfolio, which focuses on funding ideas that may lead to significant breakthroughs in the future of health and health care. The conference creates opportunities to develop innovative solutions that empower individuals to better manage their personal health. I'm honored and excited to take part in the event so I thought I'd give you a sneak peek at some of the things I plan to talk about.

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NegativeCreepWA3033d ago (Edited 3033d ago )

Move looks awesome and I want to try it. But as a left handed gamer its going to be a pain for me to use like the wiimote. If I played games south paw it wouldn't be a problem. I have to use the wand in my left hand and since i'm used to moving in games with the left analog stick it makes things pretty awkward. I'll just have to deal with it like every other discriminative right handed object in world.

Meryl3033d ago

you can config the software to let you hold the ps move in your left hand, am am pretty sure as i heard feedback on left handed people playing on sports champoins with one wand as the main controller on the left side.

NegativeCreepWA3032d ago (Edited 3032d ago )

That doesn't help if you read my comment you would understand that. The problem is the movement part of the controller not the wand.

Meryl3033d ago

I can't wait for ps move, sony are bringing hardcore and casual experiences with it, so it will appeal to more people rather than just casuals