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“We'll revisit this craze of motion-control gaming soon since Microsoft's take, the Kinect for Xbox360, will become available in November.”
“Reuters Skateboarder Tony Hawk In skateboarding legend Tony Hawk's new videogame, Shred, users can skate one minute and snowboard the next, using the same motion-control board.”
“The frozen motion was achieved with the actors holding their positions as they were filmed by a camera on a motion-control rig.”
“Every motion-control game so far, fails in one category or the other.”
“It is this condition that Leigh and other voices in game journalism and the industry seem to neglect when raising their concerns about "the new motion-control craze.”
“As far as the Kotaku article's notion that motion-control interfaces may create less immersion than the venerable controller, I find it dubious.”
“TOKYO—Sales of Microsoft Corp.'s Kinect videogame device in Japan have been worse than expected, the head of Microsoft's Japan videogame business said Friday, as the motion-control accessory for the Xbox 360 console is still not widely known in the country.”
“That involved a lot of work, in which a motion-control camera captured the movement of our steady-cam operator.”
“The elements that go into it, it has to be shot in numerous passes in order to get the various seasons outside the window and all of that kind of thing, and I always knew this would be a really interesting way to use a motion-control camera to show the passage of time.”
“(NYSE) fell 34 cents, or 25%, to $1, after the Menomonee Falls, Wisc., manufacturer of digital power and motion-control systems said it received notification from NYSE that it was below the continued listing standards.”
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