amBX is back. On the first anniversary of amBX's rebirth as a company entirely independent of Philips, Edge spoke with CEO Neil MacDonald about a year in which the technology has been rethought and refocused. It's now being used as an automated lighting system for schools for the deaf and even at worship events in Wembley Arena.
But he still has ambitions for gaming – at the end of 2010, it will be available for PS3 and, the company hopes, 360. But when there's always a better high definition TV or surround sound system to buy, could amBX be a luxury beyond most gamers' ambitions?