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Technology january 2, 2012

Stroke Victims Learn Steps To Recovery Using Wii Game [Future Of Gaming]

Researchers at the US University of Notre Dame have developed a recovery platform for stroke patients using the Nintendo Wii called WeHab.

Arts & Culture january 2, 2012

Game Functionality And Systems: Gesture-Based Gaming [Future Of Gaming]

Motion-sensing technologies are capable of responding to a wider range of natural movements, enabling developers to create more intuitive game experiences.

december 23, 2011

What Is Obama Getting His Kids For Christmas This Year? [Headlines]

The two girls will be getting techie gifts form Best Buy this season.

Work december 12, 2011

App Turns Any Outdoor Activity Into A Competitive Race [Gaming For Good]

PSFK discussed the Future of Gaming with the founder of Explorence, a start-up that develops mobile games which turn outdoor recreational activities into real life video games.

Advertising december 9, 2011

Coke Launches Interactive Campaign With Motion Detection App

Coca Cola releases app that allows users to collect virtual bottle caps by synching their phones with a TV commercial.

Retail november 1, 2011

PSFK Picks: Top Five Apps Of The Week

A roundup of the latest, most fascinating apps we've learned about this past week.

Luxury october 31, 2011

Text-Enabled Scavenger Hunt Offers A Novel Way To Explore Your City

PSFK spoke about the Future Of Gaming with the founder of Stray Boots, a company that offers interactive, cell phone-guided tours.

Technology september 27, 2011

WeHab Helps Stroke Patients See Hopes Of Recovery

Researchers from the University of Notre Dame has found a new use for the Nintendo Wii in the field of physical therapy.

Design & Architecture september 8, 2011

The Evolution Of Video Game Controllers In A Family Tree

A graphical print poster details the family tree of game controller featuring 119 'species' and 11 'genera.'

Gaming & Play april 18, 2011

Nintendo Sold 400,000 3DS Systems in First Week [Headlines]

Nintendo launched its new handheld 3DS game system in the last week of March in a quiet fashion compared to that of its last system, the Wii. USA Today

Technology february 24, 2011

Using Common Objects To Interact With Computers

The TED Fellow and interactive designer James Patten explores newer ways to control and represent data.

Innovation february 15, 2011

Johnny Chung Lee’s Homemade Video Chat Robot

The tech innovator presents a useful DIY robotics hack.

Gaming & Play august 27, 2010

Interactive Footwear: Nike Shoes Hacked With Wii Parts

As part of the NIKE78 project, designer Nick Marsh took on the challenge of hacking a pair of sneakers to create something new.

Gaming & Play august 20, 2010

Using The Nintendo Wii For Medical Tests

The gaming system makes checking for concussions a little easier.


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