Sony's got the stage at E3, and they just announced the date when their motion-controlled system, Move, will start sucking up your free time: September 19. A Move bundle, including an EyeToy camera and Sports Champions game, will cost $99.
Remember that crazy, bulbous PS3 motion controller spotted in a Sony patent app? Well a newly uncovered Sony application is slightly less Requiem for a Dream and slightly more Captain Planet.
If the PlayStation 3's Eye of Judgment ever got drunk and made some bad decisions in Tokyo's nefarious Kabukicho district, the resulting offspring would probably resemble this Cyber-Maid Augmented Reality device from Geisha Tokyo Entertainment. The "Dennoh Figure ARis" (Cyber Figure Alice), on sale this fall, will…
If you're at all curious about how the PlayStation Eye works, Penny Arcade's got you covered. Har har. Now if you really want to know how it works, check out this interview with the creator to get an insight into their decision making and see what improvements they've made over the EyeToy.
This is the Eye of Judgement CRAAAAW—you know, because it looks like a claw. This monstrosity of a device is actually a PS3 camera peripheral for the Eye of Judgement game. The game itself is somewhat odd. A three by three grid is placed on the table with this camera mounted beside it. Once cards are played the Eyetoy…
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