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Move.Me Application Puts Development Tools in Your Hands

Posted on Wednesday, March 2 @ 09:59:08 PST by

Today at GDC, Sony unveiled an all new application that allows "academics, researchers, students, and hobbyists" to create games and software applications for the PlayStation Move. The new application, called Move.Me goes far beyond typical game creation, using the PS3's high-level tracking data to develop powerful applications for medical research, education and more. 

Move.Me works with Windows and Linux based PCs, though, other devices, such as smartphones, can utilize the PlayStation Move's tracking data if they're able to connect to the PS3.

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