Johnny Lee's Wiimote Projects

Discussion in 'Electronic Games' started by charmander rox, May 11, 2008.

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  1. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

  2. Muscovy Level X

    Muscovy Level X New Member

    That is so neat!
    I once tried to make an external system to tell me when I had mail, but I couldn't work out how to send the signal properly...
  3. Mew

    Mew Active Member

    Whoa. That was awesome. The third vid was the best.
  4. DarthPika

    DarthPika New Member

    I hope Nintendo askes him to do some stuff with games.
  5. Tentacruel13

    Tentacruel13 New Member

    That looks really cool! I wish I had money to buy a Wii though. :frown:
  6. charmander rox

    charmander rox New Member

    Well, you don't necessarily need the Wii, just the Wiimote.
  7. Tentacruel13

    Tentacruel13 New Member

    For the third one you do. At least, I think so.
  8. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    Me and my friends did the first one a while back.
  9. meditite rox

    meditite rox New Member

    How good was it?
  10. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    Its not hard to do. But the WOW factor goes away after 5 minutes lol.
  11. G-Dog4377

    G-Dog4377 New Member

    I believe you can buy a wiimote, and they sell wireless sensor bars for $20 in places, but maybe you still need the wii for it anyway.
  12. Regis_Neo

    Regis_Neo Moderator

    I'm going to try the one where you can use the wiimote as a mouse or w/e, just as soon as I find the bluetooth thing to see if it can pick up the wiimote...
  13. ultimatedra

    ultimatedra New Member can MAKE a wireless sensor bar. get a few infared LEDs, sauder them and hook up to a battery.
    a trip to radio shack will make you a wireless sensor bar for around $7-$10

    also, check this out:

    jonney lee makes a speach at the TED conferance and gets 2 standding ovations.

    alot of great info.

    ~Professor ultimatedra~
  14. Professor_Chris

    Professor_Chris Active Member

    Last semester, my team used the Wii Remote to control a car. It was pretty awesome even though we didn't get the serial data to read properly.

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