The work and comment of Roger Ibars‘ about interaction make me think of it once again. This is not something new,it is the ongoing debate of how interaction should be between the user and the device/application. His approach is leaning towards entertainment, so right and agreeable, although I must say I find him kind of biased by the concept of joysticks. Hacking a regular controller and tying it to someone in a different context was something I have been looking forward to. It looks like he has been doing this for a while.
Still, I want to brainstorm more about this area and come up with at least something I can put in my room and play when I got bored.