According to a Game Developers Conference 2011 session description, Sony possibly is working on a project of “Motion controller” that will be working on a PC and will have a full support. A panel at GDC ’11 hints strongly that Sony might be offering official PC support for its PlayStation Move motion controller.
We have seen such device, 3D Kinect for Microsoft XBOX Console, but Microsoft is fairly far away for its support for PC. However, Kinect hardware maker PrimeSense later released a set of drivers for PC-based Kinect, and Microsoft has promised XNA support for the device.
The official announcement on Sony’s Motion Controller for PC will be held by sponsored GDC session by SCEA’s senior developer support engineer John McCutchan on 2 March, which will include information about PlayStation Move development that refers to “the new Move Server project that will make it possible for academics and hobbyists to develop software using the PlayStation Move controller.”
Who knows that the future technologies like motion controller will replace mouse and keyboards?