Sixense Entertainment has announced a new stretch goal for its STEM System on Kickstarter which will provide support for Android and iOS devices. The company needs $700,000 to create an SDK for Android 3.2 or higher and iOS 6 and higher support. The SDK will also provide 32 and 64-bit kits to support iOS and native code and Java for Android developers. So far on Kickstarter, 2,098 backers have pledged $529,270 towards the wireless, modular motion tracking system.
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Sixense, the team behind the Razer Hydra’s core technology have launched their new motion controller on Kickstarter: The STEM System. The STEM system consists of a base station and up to five wireless STEMs, which track motion and can be clipped to your body (head, hands, legs) or inserted into the back System’s wireless controllers. […]