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Posted on Wednesday, February 23 @ 20:23:50 PST by
It's not everyday you see a Move controller hacked for some other unintended purpose. That is, unless you're talking about using them like sparklers. Fun!

When someone comes up with an actual scientific application for the Move controller, you just have to take notice. Case in point: this Move hack can measure the rotation of the Earth. I'll be honest with you, it's probably just better if I let the video do the talking:

Not as easy to understand as the outdoor pizza oven, but just as interesting!

Maybe if the Move hacking scene got just a teensy bit bigger, Sony's motion control device could get an offical SDK of its own!

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