Nintendo's elusive Wii Vitality Sensor is still in development, according to reports out of its Japanese investor conference this morning.
The Vitality Sensor was announced back at E3 2009, in the form of a clip that clamps to the player's finger and detects their pulse.
Why? We still don't really know, but Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata thought at the time it had heaps of potential, with the possibility one day for the Vitality Sensor to help players sleep with special software.
"Everyone under pressure in our stressful society could use this to help us relax in a videogame. Videogames could be made for people to unwind or even fall asleep," he said in 2009.
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