Nintendo has announced the immediate availability of LiveMove, a new AI product enabling the Wii remote to learn.
LiveMove is an Artificial Intelligence product that has been created to allow developers to quickly transfer creative ideas into game development. Training the Wii remote now need only take a few minutes and Nintendo hopes LiveMove will enable developers to unleash the potential of the Wii.
"This revolutionary tool liberates the imaginations of game creators. We are more than happy to share this collaborative LiveMove tool with independent Wii software developers all over the world. From a cowboy's lasso to a samurai's sword or a chef's cooking utensils, we just can't wait to play the developers' new, 'unexpected' applications," said Genyo Takeda, Senior Managing Director/General Manager of Integrated Research & Development Division, Nintendo Co., Ltd.
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