Replicating the major functionality of the left side of a standard Play Station 3 gamepad, the Play Station Move navigation controller features a left analog stick (with L3 button function), a D-pad, L1 button and L2 analog trigger.
The navigation controller also features and action buttons, as well as a PS button.
Conceptually similar to Nintendo's Wii Remote and Microsoft's Kinect, its function is based around controller input in games stemming from the actual physical movement of the player.
The Move uses inertial sensors in the wand to detect motion while the wand's position is tracked using a Play Station Eye or Play Station Camera.
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Since all controls correspond to those of a standard Play Station 3 gamepad, a Sixaxis or Dual Shock 3 controller can be used in place of the navigation controller in Play Station Move applications.
A number of additional accessories have also been released for use in conjunction with the Play Station Move controllers.