DSi motion tracking in Rittai Kakushi e Attakoreda (which translates into something like Hidden 3D Image: There It Is!), a DSiWare title from Nintendo and Good-Feel Inc. hitting Japan next week for 500 Points.
Rittai Kakushi e Attakoreda uses the DSi’s camera to detect how you tilt the system, adjusting the scene’s perspective accordingly. The goal is to find hidden letters to form a word — an unexciting premise, but the tech is certainly neat, similar to the Wii Remote head-tracking demonstrations by Johnny Lee a few years ago.
For those of you unfamiliar with Good-Feel Inc. (which I suspect is 98 percent of you), Wikipedia tells me it’s the same studio that worked on Wario Land: The Shake Dimension and several DS games that never made it to the states. Etsunobu Ebisu, formerly a director at Konami where he worked on titles like Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon, formed the studio in 2005.