Nintendo started it. Sony copied it. Now Microsoft is joining in the bandwagon of motion sensitivity. A homebrew device, as seen in the embedded video, demonstrates a simple modification to the controller that enables it to detect tilt on two axis.
Apparently Nintendo’s innovative Wiimote was pretty dang innovative, because now it’s on every current system imaginable (including PS2 and NDS).
I’m actually quite surprised. I’d never had thought I’d see the day that the 360, too, would receive special motion treatment, but alas, I was wrong. I have to get me on of these!! (Once, of course, I get an xbox :P)
Article Here: http://wintendo-gaming.com/site/news.asp?id=69