The free hand style controller from Nintendo was designed to look like a television remote control, aiming to attract non gamers. Nintendo's new peripheral uses Bluetooth technology for communicating with a motion sensor bar that should be placed near a television. In this way, gamers will be provided with a virtual 3D box.
The controller understands different 3D movements, in the X, Y and Z directions, translating horizontal and vertical motion and also depth. In other words, the player
gets a self extension that reads his/her movements and applies them to a certain situation.
Also, with the power button that is located in the left corner, you can turn on or off the Nintendo
system. Moreover, the D-pad underneath the controller can be used for various menu or game functions. The A key is the primary action key, so its middle position is logical.
Between the Select and the Start buttons there is another one name "Home", which has not yet been fully explained by Nintendo. The controller has a slot for battery storage, but the company hasn't specified if it will use standard or rechargeable batteries.Nintendo
Revolution is part of the third generation video gaming console wave. While the Microsoft Xbox 360 was launched and Sony's PlayStation 3 is scheduled for the first quarter of 2006, Nintendo's console is said to be ready in March or April 2006.