With high-power computational processing contained within the next-generation consoles, we're increasingly celebrating the diversity of computing hardware and software to make contributions to the wider world beyond the game community. For example, in 2005 when the Wii console was unveiled by Nintendo, it heralded a breakthrough in motion-based gaming but the utility of the hardware extended well beyond gaming applications. Dr Johnny Lee (a researcher in computing-human interaction at Google) explored the utility of the Wii remote to serve as an interactive whiteboard and tracking device, something he presented in 2008 in his excellent TED talk. In 2011, Microsoft responded by ... Read More »
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