GDC: PlayStation Move embraces hackers

Just days after Microsoft revealed its Kinect SDK for PC hacking, Sony has declared a similar set-up will be available for PlayStation Move.

The company will launch a new application for PS3 called ‘Move Me’, which can allow researchers, students and hobbyists create new types of software applications.

With the Move Me application, the high-quality, high-level tracking data that PS3 game developers use can be exported to the PC, providing a powerful tool for creating innovative applications,” Sony said.

The PlayStation firm claimed suggested Move Me could, for example, help a medical researcher prototype rehabilitation applications for patients undergoing physical therapy.

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