STMicroelectronics sensors to be used in Nintendo's Wii

STMicroelectronics on May 9 announced that its three-axis acceleration sensors will be used to provide a motion-activated user interface for Nintendo's new home console, Wii.

Expected to dramatically change the way people play games, the Wii controller includes ST's high-performance acceleration sensors that can detect the motion and tilt of a player's hand in all 3 dimensions and convert it into immediate game action.

More here at DigiTimes.

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