Not one of the lucky few to have demoed the Revolution controller at this
year's Tokyo Games Show? No worries. IGN has the next best thing via a 3D applet and some technical details about the
From the article: "The peripheral communicates wirelessly using Bluetooth technology with a motion sensor bar placed on or near a television to provide gamers with full control freedom within a virtual 3D box. The controller interprets movements in the X, Y and Z axes, which means that it reads and translates horizontal and vertical motion, as well as depth."
Digital touching is good too.
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