Mucu from GOS writes, "In this video I try to see if I can control my music that is stored on my PS3 with the Playstation Move. I'll leave it up to you to determine whether or not I was successful."
Maybe your're supposed to move it slowly left or right in a flow-like motion.
Just tried that to no avail :( Hopefully, the official launch will come with some upgrades to the control scheme.
There's need to "point", its probably the accelerometers that it'll use, much like sixaxis but more accurate. Unless it was sneaked in with a previous, they'll no doubt release an update around the official launch date.
Why do so many people want to use motion controls and crap with movies and music when the remote is so efficient and effective?
Hopefully so, but did you try just twisting your wrist instead of sweeping or flicking left to right. just an idea. figure if they were to add a ff or rewind it would be by a twist and to change tracks, the move would have to be flicked. still cool tho. As of right now tho ill stick with the ds3 for messing with my music and movies.
will it work at all ?
You are talking about Kinect. We know it has some serious issues to get fixed before it can be released. You know... how most of what they showed was recorded. Lets not forget about the games. I am sure it will have those hard core games in 2 years. We gotta do some dancing first before they can bless us with serious games. Lets get to it!
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@Adva Yep, love the recorded videos for the Kinect "demos". http://cache.gawker.com/ass... Also, still waiting for hardcore games that'll use Kinect. As well as ones where you can actually sit down and play.
IT WORKS WITH EVERYTHING THAT INVOLVES NAVIGATION!!! What is wrong with you?!?
Thank you Leon. This dude is totally overdoing the whole "Does the PlayStation Move do this?" article. I mean, what is this like the 10th article on it? How about you just do one article that covers it all. Also, I've got 2 PlayStation Move controllers right now. It's pretty obvious that it does everything a controller is supposed to do and then some. Stop trying to milk the PS Move for hits and come up with some real journalistic content. Sell your PS Move on Ebay and buy yourself some sandwiches. You look like you are starving LOL.
...it was more so meant to be pointed at sharp angles to signify a "Press n Hold" of the analog. It shouldn't be flicked. It should be pointed.
Next up, "Does the Move Help Build Arm Muscle?"
in this case it would work alot better if it used the eye rather than the accelerometers and gyros and what ever there called.
Does Move work with Life With Playstation? Itd be cool to move the earth :D
When will they stop with the lame videos? If I'm going to play my music I will use my PS3 controller or the Bluray Remote.
when he was fast forwarding the music why was he waving it back and forth ? wouldn't you just move it one way ?..i will still use my ps3 blue-ray remote for my music lol
muku,.. dualshock rewinds mp3s this slowly-shitty too,.. try it r2,.. which is lol,.. coes It doesen't do this shit with movies,..
Does Move work if I jam it down the throat of the person who keep writing 'Does Move work' articles? Let's find out.
I think the Move just makes the PS3 see d-pad presses as your wave it around. That would explain the music player behavior -- that's what would happen if you pressed the d-pad a bunch. It's also what happens when you navigate the XMB, etc. I don't think the Move was intended as a potential replacement for all PS3 controller functionality.
Nice vid :D
Its doesn't work because the flick left or right works a single button press on a DualShock. so flicking it left or right is like hold the fast forward/rewind button for just a second.
it actually works just like that when i connected a mouse to my ps3, when you flick the mouse left and right during playback of videos and music
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