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WiiHelm – Wii Helmet


Your neck might hurt and you might have to go see a chiropractor after using the WiiHelm but at least you can be lazy and sit on your buttocks…

The Nintendo Wii has surely revolutionized gaming as we know it. Rabid fanboys everywhere are now flailing their arms in delight as they wield the Wiimote as a tennis racket, baseball bat or sword. Problem is the average gaming geek is just not up to the strenuous task of vigorous arm movement for longer than 10 minutes. This makes those extended play

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Wii HACK – Wii on iPod!


Check out this Wii hack, someone got a Nintendo Wii to play on iPod!

Just playing some Wii… on my 60GB iPod. Basically in a nutshell I just rewired my dock with the lightbar from the Wii. Then running linux and a app that I installed on the iPod, enabled it for live video stream via the 30pin dock connector (ie. instead of video out I can have video in) Then with a few splicing of the composite video connectors and some electrical tape to convert it to the S-Video jack on the back of the dock. The audio was passed through to a

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Wii HACK – Wii Pong

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Check out the Wii Pong using Glovepie!


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Nintendo Wii HACK – Streaming Content from Orb

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Here’s a cool little hack for streaming some media from mycast.orb.com.

Here is a video showing the features of mycast.orb.com on Nintendo Wii’s Opera Browser. It Streams Recorded TV, Internet Radio, Music, and Divx. … (more)

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Wii Video – Wiimote Controls Entire House

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Yes, someone evidently is controlling their entire house with a wii controller. Nice!

The true mastermind here is the WACI NX control server that sets everything up, and the entire Wii interface can be emulated with a Nokia 770, as shown. The amount of convergence, and the merit of using the Wiimote as a remote controller, is very clever


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Nintendo Wii wrist strap review by CNN

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Nintendo Wii strap has been reinforced but here’s an interesting overview video by CNN for those of you who need a review on the Nintendo wii wrist strap.

The good boys over at Engadget recently reported on a slight change Nintendo has apparently made to the Wiimote.  In response the the numerous reports of Wiimote related property damage, the strap

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Wii hacking – Airplane simulator using wii remote!

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More wii hacking…playing a airplane game using wii!  Glovepie is really becoming the s&*# !!! 🙂

I thought it would be cool to be able to use the wii remote to control goggles so I knocked together a really simple glovepie script to do it. It replicates the pitch and roll of the remote to control the plane, + and – control speed and B fires. Please excuse the crappy video filmed on a mobile phone…

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WII Hack – Google Earth interface for Wii remote.

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Cool nice little hack for google earth!

If air drumming or imaginary light sabers aren’t your thing, then perhaps the familiar territory of Google Earth will be enough to get you to pull your Wiimote away from Zelda long enough to run a few scripts on your PC. There’s nothing too complicated going on here, with just

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Preview of Upcoming Zedomax DIY – Make your own PC 6 Axis controller like the PS3 6 Axis controller!

UPDATE: Check out Zedomax DIY121 for complete HOWTOs and more!


Today, I was able to get a sneak preview of 6 Axis PC USB controller made by Garrett from scratch. It looks really cool, kinda like the Nintendo Wii controller and the PS3 controller. He used a CUBLOC 405 module, accel

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WII HACK – HOWTO access web

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Here’s a video on how to access the web before the official release of the Opera 9 browser by hacking the settings.

The Wii won’t officially have it’s Opera 9 browser until later, but clever individuals have figured out how to “hack” the settings on the Shop Channel (which is basically a stripped-down browser), and venture out onto the web. It’s not the prettiest solution, but it’ll get you surfing until the real thing finally drops.


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