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Move.Me PS3 server application to provide access to Move input data...
Sony has announced that it will be opening up it’s PlayStation Move motion controller to “academics and hobbyists”. A server application that runs on PS3 will provide amateur developers with access to the data produced by the gyroscopic device.
“Move.Me sends the complete state of the PlayStation Move and navigation controllers to the PC, giving you the exact same data that licensed developers typically have access to,” SCEA Senior Engineer John McCutchan explained in a post on the official US PlayStation Blog.
“We see Move.Me as an opportunity to satisfy the need for new, innovative interactive technology in fields like academia, healthcare, and more, as well as to support new developers and inspire applications that we could never have imagined. We hope it will be used to discover new ways of connecting individuals with information, and maybe even discovering a new healthcare application or two.”
The news follows in the footsteps of Microsoft’s recent announcement to release an officially supported Kinect SDK to the wider development community.
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