The above device is called Stix. It is an example of a new line of wireless, motion-sensing gaming controllers for the PC and Internet.
"Stix will completely change the way people experience online and PC gaming," said Brian Zheng, President, Plahut. "At purchase, Stix will be compatible with thousands of free online and retail games, and we're adding more games to that list daily. The fun is endless with Stix, and the wide-range of free, supported games makes this product perfect for every member of the family."
There are two models, the Stix 200 and Stix 400. Stix 200 "adds active gameplay" to 2D online gaming. Stix 400 is compatible with both 2D and 3D environments. Learn more here.
Everyone, it seems, is jumping on the Wii bandwagon, eh, gamers? Question is: Are motion-sensing controllers a legitimate revolution or is it a fad?