Actiga subsidiary Qmotions has reached an agreement with Microsoft to use its wireless technology for a series of "active gaming" controllers for the Xbox 360. The company is known for making various large plastic controllers used to simulate golf
. Previous controllers are available for PS2 and Xbox and can be found ever-so-conveniently at Radio Shack and Target Online.
According to the press release, the first controller to come out will be the Big Air wireless controller, a full-sized skateboard that is "compatible with popular skateboarding games." (Previous Qmotions products have worked with EA Sports titles.) Big Air is the first of "a full-range of products that will be officially endorsed by Microsoft" and is coming this fall.