Tool is designed to make PlayStation Move development more accessible.
Sony has announced that Move.me, a development tool that allows use of the PlayStation Move as an input device for PC, is now available in Europe and the UK.
Previously available only in the US, Move.me is targeted for use by academics, researchers, and hobbyists, and is designed to make development for the PlayStation Move more accessible.
Sony highlights the capabilities of the device for use in research and experimentation in non-traditional game and non-game concepts.
"Move.me is already being used by various universities in North America in cutting edge physical therapy and creative design projects," said Maria Stukoff, Head of Academic Development and Partnerships at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. "We’re eagerly anticipating what else is possible now we’ve extended its availability.”
A BETA trial is already underway among academics and researchers across Europe.
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