One of the biggest trends in gaming over the past year or so is to add physicality to the gaming experience. Some companies, such as XaviX, aim to actually have fitness-oriented video games. Then there’s the immensely successful Wii, with a motion-enabled controller that’s winning the hearts (and breaking the arms) of kids across America. During CES 2007 (in the Sands Expo) we met up with Ana Soriano from Qmotions who showed their approach to adding the physical interaction to the other consoles. Here’s a little video of their technology in action:
More on QMotions: Forbes, Matt Sarrel’s blog, and IGN.