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Sony: PS Move Reaction Time Is 22 Milliseconds




In a community-based interview over on the official PlayStation website, Mark Green of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has said the reaction time for the PlayStation Move is just 22 milliseconds.

Reaction times have been spoken about a lot in recent times, and not just for Move, but Microsoft's Project Natal as well.

"So I can tell you that it is accurate to the nearest millimetre, precise in motion tracking and likewise in seeing where the controllers are in 3D space." said Green. "Its reaction time, from movement to delivering to the screen, is just 22 milliseconds and on screen it is pixel precise".

He added: "To put that in perspective the system is five times faster than that of a typical humanís reflexes!"

PlayStation Move is set to launch later this year, with a price still to be announced - though it has been confirmed the device will be less than $100. More will be shown at the E3 conference in just two weeks time.

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