Looks like the PlayStation Move is feeling left out of the PC world especially after how the whole world hacked up the Kinect for a 101 different purposes. But all that is going to change. A bunch of game developers and academics have started a project called Move Server with the aim of creating PlayStation Move games for the PC. At this year’s Game Developers Conference, Sony will be having a session dedicated to explaining what Move Server is all about. Not much details have been revealed yet, but Senior developer support engineer John McCutchan from Sony Computer Entertainment America has mentioned that the Move Server project “will make it possible for academics and hobbyists to develop software using the PlayStation Move controller on their own PCs.” Well, better late than never right? I wonder if the Move will attain the same heights as its arch rival, the Microsoft Kinect. There has been word that the Kinect may also come to the PC officially. It’s going to be an interesting year ahead of us.
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