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“The motion-sensitive people pay attention, with the left-to-right ones getting most interested.”
“One such triumph: developing a motion-sensitive control inside the joystick that maneuvers his virtual plane, allowing it to "fly" with more realistic fluidity.”
“A light on the front porch looked to be one of those motion-sensitive barnyard floods.”
“The light isn't the only optical adjustment: Visitors may also adjust their vision as they encounter a moving picture at the entrance—a motion-sensitive rendering of the 19th-century painting "Pulling Down the Statue of King George III.”
“All are wireless, motion-sensitive and have DualShock rumble built-in.”
“Edison workers using motion-sensitive cameras caught photographs and video of the beaver in November.”
“Steven M. Scharf, director of the University of Maryland's Sleep Disorders Center in Baltimore, says that the products are based on motion-sensitive devices called accelerometers - less-sophisticated versions of the technology he uses to track patients' sleep.”
“All operations can be controlled by the motion-sensitive Magic Motion remote control, which contains only a few actual buttons.”
“One thought is to program smartphones so they can change channels, send text messages to the set and move a cursor around the screen with the motion-sensitive technology that Nintendo uses with its Wii game system.”
“Its motion-sensitive capability makes the PS3 gameplay more interactive, a big plus for any dedicated gamer.”
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