Sony Follows Microsoft's Lead, Opens Move Controller to PC

Sony Announces Move.me

As we reported previously, Microsoft is launching an SDK for Kinect this Spring. Hoping to ride the momentum of home-brew development (and not to be out-done by Microsoft), Sony announced Move.me – a new application that will allow developers to interact with the Move controller via a PC. In a nutshell, Move.me is a server app that runs on the Playstation 3, which sends input data over the network to your PC. To clarify, this is an officially sanctioned application from Sony which gives “amateur” developers access to the same data as licensed Playstation 3 game developers. Should be interesting to see what the community cooks up with this new app.

More info on Sony’s official blog post.

Marc

A rabid Apple fanboy and lover of all things Sony, Marc spends his days banging away code on his MacBook and his nights glued to his Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. On the few occasions when he actually leaves the house, you can usually find him at Best Buy, Gamestop or his local Apple Store.

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