LOS ANGELES, Calif. — With a new 3D gadget, motion controllers and a buffet of never-before-seen gaming goodness, this week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo was a feast for the eyes — and hands — of 45,600 folks from the video game industry. Here are the trends that emerged from the 2010 show.
POETRY IN MOTION
By the end of the year, every major console is slated to have some from of gesture recognition. The PlayStation Move system, which employs a wand-shaped controller and camera to precisely detect players’ movements, will give the PlayStation 3 the ability to be more like Nintendo’s Wii — except with high-definition graphics and a more mature library of games.
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