PlayStation Move's Minority Report Controls In Action

Two new demos of PlayStation Move, shot by us today, show some of the coolest things that Sony's Move motion controllers can do. Two weeks ago, we saw Move control games. Today, Move moved windows and made the Eiffel Tower.

Kotaku shot these demos in New York City, just hours before Sony was allowing the public its first hands-on with the new Move controller. The new controller, which works with the already-released PlayStation Eye camera, is Sony's attempt to one-up the technology of the Wii Remote.

The demos here were whipped up since the Move was unveiled earlier this month. The first is a Move take on the kind of motion-controlled interfaces guessed at in the movie Minority Report. The second shows a whole new way people could make levels in a game like Little Big Planet.

Part 1 features Sony's Richard Marks. Part 2 features a walk-on by Anton Mikhailov. Marks and Mikhailov are two of Sony's senior developers on the Move project.

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FishCake9T43492d ago

The senond video showed hardly any lag at all. And the guy wasnt standing that far away from the TV either.

ChozenWoan3492d ago

...when does PSMove hit stores.

THC CELL3492d ago

cant wait to browse the xmb with move and web browser i hope they update both
will be wkd

JeeO3492d ago

One of the real potential game application of Move is in the third person shooter games. Sony needs to use the Move in a game like Uncharted 2 in which you can point the Move in any direction (e.g. front, side, back, up, down, etc) to shoot at enemies. Also, if you are in a cover, by positioning Move to shoot around the cover would be phenomenal. This would be perfect in Uncharted 2. FPS would not be as fun since you have to point the Move at the TV. Amazing. All the possibilities.

sxpacks3492d ago

Surprised this hasn't reached the front page.

And no Flame Wars? Perhaps because the demo was AMAZING!
and Natal needs 4 Meters of open space to use.
That's 12 feet for people in the states