Nintendo Labo(labo.nintendo.com)

over 2 years ago from Kirk Castro, Co-Founder at Shepherd Software Inc.

  • Wart BurggraafWart Burggraaf, over 2 years ago

    Nintendo uses the infrared motion camera in the right Joy-Con to detect which key is pressed on the piano, presumedly by using a reflective tape on those keys.

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    • Jacob JJacob J, over 2 years ago

      Oh that's pretty neat. I had no idea it had those cameras built into the controllers.

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