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    Razor/Sixth Sense Bringing Motion Control to PC

    Razor/Sixth Sense Bringing Motion Control to PC

    With the Wii’s MotionPlus on the market, and Microsoft’s Project Natal and Sony’s PlayStation Eye likely to hit this year, Valve, developers of hit series such as Half-Life, Left 4 Dead and Portal, showing support for Razer and Sixense’s new, as-yet-unnamed motion control hardware for the PC.Sixth Sense Motion Control Wand for PC

    The system uses electromagnetic fields to track movements along six axes, offering one-to-one movement and gesture support – and it’s accurate to within one millimeter of position, and one degree of orientation.

    Chet Faliszek, team lead on Valve’s Left 4 Dead 2 said “With this controller, Razer and Sixense have created the most immersive way to play our games. For us and for our customers, this release represents motion-enabled gaming that’s more integrated and visceral than any platform has so far achieved.” (

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