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Cool iPig Motion-Sensing iPhone, iPod Speaker Dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Speakal’s Cool iPig is a docking station for your iPhone and iPod Touch with motion sensors around the ears, sides, and nose that allows users to control their music playback. It comes with a remote control as well if you want to use that.

You know, because some people might not want to wave and gesture at their pig to play or pause music. It has built-in 23 W total sound power with a 15 W subwoofer and the battery is good for 8 hours of playback. It will cost you $150 through the end of the year and the normal MSRP is $170.

Elonex intros motion-sensing TV Games Dock for the iPod

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 7th, 2009

Elonex intros motion-sensing TV Games Dock for the iPodThere are more iPod docks on the market than you can shake a stick at. Not sure why you would do such a thing, but it’s true. But Elonex has something new in iPod docks. Something actually innovative. The iGAME dock may not be sexy, but it can handle music, videos, podcasts and video podcasts in the usual way. But what sets it apart is that it’s primarily a game console, designed to use Apple’s newest players. And yes, it owes much to the Wii.

The price is only £79 and games are priced at only a few pounds. They are aiming to have iGAME FAMILY being popular for Christmas of 2009.

Tony Hawk Ride game includes motion-sensing skateboard controller

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on May 15th, 2009

Tony Hawk RideTony Hawk’s new game will come with a skateboard peripheral so you can do all kinds of amazing tricks. The motion controls are pretty detailed and feature an advanced mode that will allow for in-place 180s, but it doesn’t look like you’ll be lifting the board off the ground.

Grabs are performed by actually grabbing the board as it senses your hand position, and pushing is performed by running your foot along the side of the board. Obviously, ollies and flip tricks are going to be different than the real thing.

Xbox 360 motion-sensing tech really ZCam’s system?

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on May 5th, 2009

Xbox 360 motion-sensing tech really ZCam's system?The other day we told you about the rumors about Microsoft’s Wii-killing, motion-sensing Xbox 360 add-on set to debut at E3. Well, now Ars Technica thinks they’ve played with it a full year ago. Ars thinks that the new Xbox 360 motion sensing system is based on the ZCam 3D camera, made by a company that was later purchased by Microsoft.

If true, it sounds good. Ars was impressed with the tech when they got a hands-on with it back in January of 2008. And Microsoft has had a long time to work with it, so chances are it’s even better now. It makes sense to us, but we’ll have to wait and see what’s what when E3 arrives next month.