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Submitted by duckols 1408d ago | article

What if: Project Cafe and the vitality sensor

Amid the rumors and speculation surrounding Project Cafe, Nintendo's vitality sensor accessory seems to have been forgotten. Nintendo hasn't forgotten, and it could lead to big things in Nintendo's next console. (Nintendo, Project Cafe, Tag Invalid, Wii)

iamnsuperman  +   1409d ago
Nice idea about dead space but u do know those heart rate things on the tredmills are highly inaccurate. Your best bet is to plug a heart rate monitor due to it being more accurate. Lets hope nintendo do produce a good vitality sensor otherwise its going to be a bargin bin accessory

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