Leading microchip manufacturer Intel believes Nintendo's successor to the best-selling Wii console won't come with hand controllers.
"We imagine some future generation of [Nintendo's] Wii won't have hand controllers," said Justin Rattner, the company's chief technology officer.
"You just set up the cameras around the room and wave your hand like you're playing tennis."
Ofcource any of the 3 companies could also use this technology, not just Nintendo.
According to Business Week, the firm is keen not to miss the opportunity to get involved in the next generations of games systems after it was beaten to it by IBM for the current models.