Director Michal Staniszewski compared the game to Thatgamecompany's arty PSN exclusives Journey and Flower, boasting of the game's "unique experimental narrative and original way of interaction," and sheds a little more light on the game in the below video.
Players use the Move peripheral to control a disembodied hand, dropped into a mysterious forest and asked to make choices that, Staniszewski says, have genuine consequences. Cinema was an inspiration, with the game designed to be played in one sitting. As well as Move, Datura will also support stereoscopic 3D.
No release date has been announced, but Datura is due on PSN some time this year.