Do game remotes for Roku have a gyroscope?
The only info on what sensors are inside a gaming remote i have seen in a marketing blurb circa 2011. saying there is both an accelerometer and a gyroscope.
I see accelerometer readings are exposed in Marmalade SDK. What about the gyro ones?
PS. On a side note, what are good examples of games using the motion sensor, besides the dearly departed Angry Birds? In the birds, the control of the sling was somewhat wonky and the screen pointer was just awful. I found Wii remote being the same, so things that require "steady hand" of the cursor won't be in the cards - but have there be other apps released for Roku that mage good use of the motion sensor?