Ubisoft beats Nintendo to first pulse-sensing 'game'

Reveals 'Innergy' software at E3 conference

From real-life laser tag to psychotherapy. Ubisoft has just revealed 'Innergy', a new piece of software that makes use of a finger sensor.

It's not a game as such. You wear a sensor on your finger and breath as you absorb an experience which Ubi says can help you sleep (because it's boring?), improve self confidence or prepare your mind for such life challenges as a job interview. Or something.

Ubi's gone ahead and made its own one. But although it made no mention of Nintendo's Vitality Sensor, it would be silly if this WASN'T coming to Wii.

We wonder if it'll have online multiplayer. 256-player breath-offs.