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Qmotions to bring 'active gaming' controllers to Xbox 360

Ross Miller

Actiga subsidiary Qmotions has reached an agreement with Microsoft to use its wireless technology for a series of "active gaming" controllers for the Xbox 360. The company is known for making various large plastic controllers used to simulate golf, baseball and snowboarding. Previous controllers are available for PS2 and Xbox and can be found ever-so-conveniently at Radio Shack and Target Online.

According to the press release, the first controller to come out will be the Big Air wireless controller, a full-sized skateboard that is "compatible with popular skateboarding games." (Previous Qmotions products have worked with EA Sports titles.) Big Air is the first of "a full-range of products that will be officially endorsed by Microsoft" and is coming this fall.

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