Tech: Beyond the Thumb

Motion-based video games get even better with the new EyeToy: AntiGrav

I used to think I was the only one who had trouble memorizing all the buttons on video-game controllers and figuring out which one to push when. Now I know better. How else to explain the success of EyeToy games for PlayStation 2? EyeToy games replace the handheld game pad with a video camera that translates your body movements into onscreen action. Since the first EyeToy game went on sale last year, Sony has sold more than 4 million units worldwide (including 1 million in the U.S.). To put that number into context, it is about as many units sold as...

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