Sony to offer Move support for the PC
Sony has announced that they will be bringing Move support to the PC for the benefit of academics and hobbyists.
One of the panels scheduled for this year's GDC is called Update on PlayStation Move Development and is followed by the comment: "We will discuss the new Move Server project that will make it possible for academics and hobbyists to develop software using the PlayStation Move controller on their own PCs."
The panel will be presented by SCEA's Game Systems Developer Support lead John McCutchan.
The Wii controller has already been made compatible with PCs and has been widely used in hobby circles and even by developers in the UK's Dare to be Digital young developers competition. It has also been rumoured that Microsoft will be offering up official support for PC compatibility for Kinect.
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