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Just Dance Now uses mobile devices as controllers

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With Just Dance Now coming to mobile devices, players can use smartphones instead of an arsenal of controllers and Kinects to track their grooves. Just Dance executive producer Jason Altman announced the tiny dancer during Ubisoft's E3 conference, which uses phones to track players and tablets, computers or internet-connected TVs to display routines to as many dancers as you can fit into a room.

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