Wii Like Remixing Technology

I’m sure that by now, you must be quite familiarized with all the alternative uses you can give to your Wiimote. But creativity, that amazing force that pushes humanity to discover new boundaries, always finds its way to show us something never seen before. Johnny Lee, from the Carnegie Mellon University, has created one of the most impressive hacks for the Wiimote.

See the video for further details.


13 Responses

  1. Woooooooooooooooooow!! That is really the BEST thing that I’ve seen in the Wii. I hope that marvelous hack can give some good ideas to the game designers to create new game experiences that can attract the hardcore gamers to that “casual” console.

  2. HOLLY…! Yes, really, really awesome.

    I think when they broke the barrier of decades without changes on interfaces, they really dont just invented a new aparatus, but open a whole new branch of innovation.

    Merry Christmas, btw. 🙂

  3. Its too bad it won’t work for multiplayer games, but it could work for a massively single-player game.

    I think I could use this.

  4. It would work great for multi-player games, if they’re networked. Each player could have their own view on their own wii.

  5. Wow! Very interesting! How did you hook your Wii Remote to your computer? That really makes you feel like you’re in the game.

    Thanks for sharing,


  6. Wow… I don’t get it… Why it wont work for multiplayer games? Isn’t just a matter of camera control? 😐

    This could be the lifeboat of Virtual Reality!

  7. Damn, this is one of the coolest, eye opening invention I’ve seen ever! He’s a real bright lad… I Never thought of bringing VR into home TV set like that. And I was skeptical of it until he demoed it. 3D reall seem 3D! Awesome!

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  9. Some more wii goodness.

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  11. Games For Gamecube…

    I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you….

  12. Best.

    Please, someone make a game that uses this. Please! I’d pay more than a Ps3 is worth for a good game utilizing this technology.

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