Tech: A Video Game That's A Real Dancing Machine

Tired of pressing the buttons on your game controller until your thumbs turn numb? Sony's new EyeToy: Groove is the first dance video game that uses a digital camera to track your movements and rate your rhythm. The EyeToy camera, right, attaches to your PlayStation 2's USB port and eliminates the need to use a game pad to control the game. Instead, you activate onscreen buttons with the wave of your hand. Choose from 23 songs (from Madonna's Music to Jessica Simpson's Forbidden Fruit), then follow cues onscreen that indicate where and when to move your body. EyeToy: Groove, including the...

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