Third-party "fusion" controller takes aim at Wii

Joystiq reports: “Computer and Video Games has the scoop on a new motion-sensing controller technology from In2Games codenamed “fusion.” The article says that the USB-based, multi-platform control system uses “sound waves and other technical wizardry” to sense the controllers position and orientation in space.”

CV&G also claim that the third-party motion controllers are “more accurate” than Nintendo’s Wii, sensing more minute details than the Wiimote. Still don’t think Nintendo is on to something? And when does accurate become too accurate? I get the feeling (and personally believe) that Nintendo wants motion controls to merely mimic real-life movements, not perfectly recreate them.

[via Joystiq]