Look out Wii: The Darwin controller has evolved for more accurate gameplay

Are you still waiting for Wiis to show up at your local GameStop? Have you worn out Wii tennis and baseball? It's time for motion-controlled games on a different platform. Darwin's new Motus controller is meant to work with systems other than the Wii, including the PS3 and your computer. More importantly, the Darwin contains gyroscopes and accelerometers to sense its location— it's more accurate in tracking motion than is Wii's infrared technology.

You hold the Darwin as you would a Samurai sword, which should make for excellent slicing in golf and on the battlefield. The Darwin should be in stores by the 2008 holiday season, and will cost between $79 and $99. No word yet on what new and old games it will work with.

via Technology Review