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When consoles got popular, the button-filled mouse/keyboard setup was replaced by relatively simplified controllers. The Wii made things more accessible by limiting the number of buttons on the controller and adding motion controls. Microsoft's new Kinect got rid of the controllers altogether. Do you see a pattern in where video game technology is headed? Indie filmmaker Julian Smith does.
In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Julian Smith introduces uMove, the bleeding edge of video game entertainment. Check out the hilarious video below and ponder how distressingly close to reality it is.