Source.QUOTE said:SCEA’s John Koller has been speaking to Destructiod regarding the new PlayStation Move controller, explaining why he feels that it does what it does better than Natal.
"Move is better than Natal for a few reasons, but the biggest reason is what we call draw distance. What Natal has is very XY, you’re playing in this realm. So for games that are shooters, or golf, or sports, if you draw back away from their camera you lose precision.
We wanted a name that people could read at retail and understand what it is immediately, I think that there has been this idea of what motion control is, with what Wii has established, and we want to be very different.
The sphere that’s read by the camera, is very precise so every move you make, many feet beyond the camera, allows it to track. The fact that you can use the camera and the motion controller provides not only tactile experience, but the camera can pick up both audibly and visually."
As far as the name is concerned, the Sony man also explained how the company managed to come up with the name Move, rather than Arc or Gem,
"The name needs to connote that you are actually getting off of the couch instead of sitting there kind of moving a hand back and forth."
Koller also revealed information regarding the different colours of the controllers, saying that since up to four people can play at the same time, this will enable you to tell who is using which controller.
Finally he revealed that we can expect to see a lot more regarding Move come E3 in June, including a few announcements and more importantly the games.