Movea, the company which owns the technology behind the Wii motion controller, has launched Air Mouse, a £69.99 wireless mouse that uses motion sensors to control the mouse pointer.
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The mouse does not require any additional software to run on Linux, Windows or MacOS, but Movea has developed an application which enables users to use it as a laser pointer, enlage text and control media player software using hand gestures and the control buttons on the mouse.
Movea is a spin-off from CEA-Leti, the French Atomic energy lab based in Grenoble, which originally developed motion sensing technology. The company specialises in motion-based applications.