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Move.Me Now Available In Europe (Sort Of)

The official PlayStation Move programming application is now available for European academics, researchers, university and college students. Released in US last year, Move.Me is a server application for PS3 which allows to program code which utilizes the PlayStation Move motion controller as an input device on almost any platform (for more information please refer to…

Move.Me Now Available On US PlayStation Store

The PlayStation 3 tool which allows to create Move-based applications on PC has just been released on the North American PlayStation Store for $99.99. Announced last March during the GDC 2011 and originally expected for this Spring, Move.Me is a server application for PS3 which allows to program code which utilizes the PlayStation Move motion…

INTERVIEW | John McCutchan (Senior Developer Support Engineer at SCEA – Move.Me Server Project Lead)

Officially announced last March during the GDC 2011, the Move.Me project will make it possible for anyone with a PlayStation 3 (and some programming knowledge) to experiment with the PlayStation Move technology with as much control over its functions as that granted to licensed PS3 developers.  To learn more about the way it works, iWaggle3D…

[GDC 2011] Move.Me unveiled. PlayStation 3 server allows to create Move apps via PC [UPDATE: It begins this spring]

As anticipated a few weeks back, today Sony has indeed unveiled a new application which will allow anyone with a PlayStation 3 to fiddle with the PlayStation Move technology via PC.  It’s called Move.Me. And it sounds awesome. Senior Engineer at SCEA’s Developer Support team John McCutchan describes the application as follows: “Move.Me is a…