Now you can have a motion-capture video on your television without actually using the Wii MotionPlus motion-based gamepad or motion-tracking gamepad.
The Wii Motionplus, which will be available on the Wii U in March for $499, will have motion capture software that will allow it to record 360-degree video and provide you with a wide array of game play options.
Wii MotionPlus will also have game play modes and gamepad-like controllers, as well as support for a number of games that will work with motion-capable games.
The new technology allows you to capture video in the same way that you can now use a 3D camera.
You can also control a Wii Motion plus gamepad, using an interface that lets you move the gamepad around to interact with the video.
You will need to purchase a new controller if you already own a Wii motion gamepad that has a motion sensor.
The company said in a press release that the motion capture system is “revolutionary for gaming.”
The new system is powered by the same sensor as the Wii motion-detect gamepad and allows you “to record motion from up to six points in front of your face.”
The company also said that the device can capture 360-degrees of movement, and that the system is optimized for gaming on a small screen.
The motion capture feature is not available on other devices, so it is not possible to capture a 360-point video on the PS4 or Xbox One.
The device also does not have a built-in motion tracker, but it does have built-ins for voice and game controls, which are designed to work in conjunction with the motion sensor for an improved experience.
The system does not include any sort of gamepad support, though, and so it will not work with the likes of the Xbox 360 and PS3.
But, if you want to make the most of the motion-sensitive device, you can purchase a controller for $50.
The product will be made available in the U.S. on March 29, and the company said that it expects to ship to other countries later this year.