Along with multi-screen games and mobile devices, this technology (which is really just reusing devices we already have) can be, literally, a game changer.
Johnny Chung Lee has done some amazing things with the Wii before; some of which I have posted about previously. One of my favorites is the Low-Cost Multi-Point Interactive Whiteboard.
He keeps a YouTube page you can subscribe to.
A bit less intrusive than the Facebook gaming as I hope not to get constant Farmville updates in my stream. Google+ Games
These will be available above your stream and you can choose to share scores and only see news when you choose to, vs having to view what others are playing every time you log in.
I may just have to pick one up now. Also, the $20 game titles will make it easier to round out the library for “the kids”.
Nintendo announces 150 Wii.
Motiv is a new development platform from Immersion. This should make creating more engaging UI and games on Android mobile devices easier and faster.
I am particularly interested in the ability to create different frequencies of vibration easily. I have worked with other Immersion software in the past including rumble and touch sense.
One of the things that make their development platforms so attractive are the easy dashboards that allow developers to select a set of elements, like keyboards or vibrations.