At CES 2010, Jeff Bakalar takes a look at the Razer Sixense Ultra Precision Motion.
High-end PC gaming accessory manufacturer Razer, in conjunction with Sixense, have teamed up to make precise motion control on the PC a reality. Better yet, the companies are doing it with the help of videogame developer Valve.
Company demonstrates its new motion-control device designed to offer more accurate cursor control than the Nintendo Wii remote.
Facebook's virtual reality company is readying motion control prototypes for its headsets to offer a more immersive experience for consumers.
The company is working with one of the world's largest smartphone makers in an effort to push VR beyond desktop computers and consoles.
Wrapping up CNET's gaming coverage from the 2009 CES expo in Las Vegas.
A lot of the gaming news we anticipated last month came to fruition at this year's CES in Las Vegas.