Sony has announced the PlayStation Eye, the PS3 version of the PS2 Webcam accessory, the EyeToy.
Some gamers are finding it a little odd that Microsoft would choose Kinect for the brand name of its new motion-sensing technology platform since Sony had a similarly named PS2 EyeToy product called Kinetic.
Sony could be working on a gaming tablet, according to a recent patent filing, called the 'EyePad'. Now where have we heard that before?
Kinect games demoed ran the gamut from driving a car to driving a boat to driving a mine cart--all with graphics that would make a Nintendo Wii blush. But cool hardware aside, who's going to want to play these games?
Canesta, which a year ago took in a $16 million round of funding, makes technology that enables people to control devices using motions instead of hardware interfaces.
The world's largest laptop manufacturer invests in Canesta's 3D camera on a chip.
The Kinect will have 15 games when it launches this November. Will they be worth your investment in a Kinect?
Second Life is a getting a new interface using 3-D cameras.
Natal is getting its very own event at E3, so it must be important right? In many ways, Natal is Microsoft's answer to the 10-year console refresh, and getting deeper into your wallet.
Amid an already-good Sony E3 press conference, a time-out was taken amid PSP Go details, PSP games, and PS3 holiday titles to peek into the future at some on-the-horizon motion-control technology.