Using the movements of your body as a character control for a FPS game. This is proposal of the PrioVR, a wearable technology that turns you on the main control actions during a game. The technology was developed by Yei Technology and enables full tracing of the movement of your body, in a 1:1 scale. To use PrioVR, it is not necessary to have camera to capture movement, as in the Kinect.
All control action is done by a kind of costume, wearing on the legs, trunk and arms. The movement is very accurate, reaching only 10 milliseconds of latency, according to the developer. This provides the levels of interaction as if you were acting in a natural way with an object.
The Yei Technology also highlights a number of advantages of this method over those using optical motion capture. Using an array of high performance inertial sensors, these costume provides action at 360 degrees for motion capture in real time.
The project is still in development and no date has yet forecast to reach U.S. stores. The final price should be between $275 and $399. There will be variations between them with respect to accuracy, since the more expensive the model, the larger the number of sensors to capture movement.