Remember the Vitality Sensor unveiled by Nintendo last year? Well, Ubisoft brought its own version to E3 2010.
It's used to play a game called Innergy, according to today's press conference. The peripheral slips on your finger and a cable attaches it to a PC or Mac.
A man on stage demonstrated how you must try to calm your breathing and the peripheral measures your pulse. You can see how well you're doing thanks to some swirly rainbow visuals on the computer monitor.
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