3DV motion-sensing playtested – heading to 360 at E3?

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 6 May 2009 17:57 GMT


Ars Technica’s posted up impressions of 3DV’s motion-sensing tech, and if you have more than two brain cells you should be paying attention – there’s more than a little rumour doing the rounds that this is heading to 360, and may well be announced at E3.

Pro-tip: if the things we’ve been told off the record in the last few days are true, you would be very wise to read that article.

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