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Hi Gamers, John McCutchan, Senior Engineer with SCEA’s Developer Support team, here to tell you about an exciting initiative we’re unveiling for PlayStation Move during GDC this week. Later today, I’ll be giving a presentation on Move.Me, a new software application that provides academics and hobbyists access to PlayStation Move’s technology, enabling them to create entirely new applications using a PC, the Move motion controller, the PlayStation Eye, and the power of the PlayStation 3 system. We know many of you might not be able to make the trek to San Francisco for the show, so we wanted to give you a quick overview of Move.Me here.
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Hmmm i have yet to try the move...
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Haven't tried Move either. Have yet to see it sold by itself... oh well. Consoles are so yesterday.


EDiT: This, however, may be of interest.
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Haven't tried Move either. Have yet to see it sold by itself... oh well. Consoles are so yesterday.


EDiT: This, however, may be of interest.
It's always been sold by itself since it came out. Though you need the camera as well.
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It's always been sold by itself since it came out. Though you need the camera as well.
As I said, I have yet to see that. I knew they had plans to do so. Every store I go to (GS, Wal*, Meijers, etc) only have the bundle (PS3+Move+Game). But I stopped looking a while ago; lost interest.
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I bet they were waiting for people to hack it like they did with the Kinect, but when nobody did, they opened it up anyway.
    
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this is sony were talking about here. Ya know the right hand company of Activision, the appinamy of Evil.
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this is sony were talking about here. Ya know the right hand company of Activision, the appinamy of Evil.
I didn't know Sony charged people to use thier service or make the developer pay a fee to update thier own game. I agree the whole Sony suing/arresting/tracking IP's situation being pretty absurd, but M$ is far worse when it comes to milking a product.
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I didn't know Sony charged people to use thier service or make the developer pay a fee to update thier own game. I agree the whole Sony suing/arresting/tracking IP's situation being pretty absurd, but M$ is far worse when it comes to milking a product.
I was jsut making a point that they do some "Evil" things, at least in gaming terms, but i dont like M$ or Sony, but still. I know they are both f-ed up.
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I bet they were waiting for people to hack it like they did with the Kinect, but when nobody did, they opened it up anyway.
Haha probably. "Crap, nobody's paying attention to our stuff. Guess we have to push it out into the spotlight again."
    
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I bet they were waiting for people to hack it like they did with the Kinect, but when nobody did, they opened it up anyway.
In defense, the Move is a very different product from Kinect in the way it functions. The PS Eye is being used with Sony's own software through the PS3 to track the Move and collect data from it. It isn't something that is like Kinect where it's as "simple" as breaking into the USB connection and you've got all the functionality there for you to mod and stuff.

For example, someone made a mod that could track the Earth's rotation but notice it makes no use of the actual Move controller itself if that makes any sense. Just the powerful gyro.
You'd need to either be Sony or have Sony release their software to make any use out of the Move.
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