Microsoft's motion gaming peripheral is, if executed correctly, quite possibly the future of gaming. It might even be the future of Windows 8 and computers everywhere. But how much fun is playing with Kinect right now?
3D and motion gaming. Two stupid things that I don't want, yet both have millions of dollars and major electronics companies behind them, meaning they're not going away anytime soon. Which is worse?
YouTube user conquerearth hooked up his theremin to a PC, mapping its tone—which, for those of you who haven't been to a science museum in a while, is modulated by your hand's proximity to the device antennae—to a rough approximation of joystick input, which is then translated to the basic left/right/jump/run controls…