E3: PS3's state-of-the-art controller Video
Toward the end of an event plugging the future release of the Playstation 3 game console, Sony shows off its new wireless, motion-sensitive controller to the crowd and gives a demo of the controller in action.
Nintendo shows off its new Wii at E3 and its unique motion-sensitive controller.
Originally developed for the GameCube, Twilight Princess has been optimized for the Wii's motion-sensitive controller.
The Nintendo Wii's combination of unique motion-sensitive controllers and an emphasis on fun gameplay make the ultra-affordable console hard to resist.
Sony unveils its first motion controller for the PlayStation 3.
Motion control company Leap Motion is announcing a new product that lets users interact with their computers by pinching, drawing and wagging their fingers in front of the screen. Senior writer Daniel Terdiman brings you a behind the scenes demo.
At E3 2009 in Los Angeles, Nintendo demonstrates the Wii Motion Plus, the latest update to its wireless controller.
In the four months since the release of the Leap Motion controller, the company has expanded its app store to include more than 140 that use the finger and hand movement controller. Leap Motion's VP of Marketing Michael Zagorsek shows us three apps created for the 3D, non-touch experience.
At Gamescom in Cologne, Germany, Sony demos its PS3-Vita cross-controller technology. Owners of both gaming devices can now use their Vita as a second controller for new games on the PlayStation 3.
It's Sony vs. Microsoft in the Prizefight ring to see who will be crowned master of Motion Control. We've seen what the Wii can do, what do these guys bring to the table. Let's get it on!