Using wii’s controller as an advanced computer input device

Wii is currently one of the world’s best selling gaming platform, having sold 6.3 million units in 2007 and a cumulative 7.38 million units. The unique nature of its input devices makes it so. The motion-sensitive wireless hand held controller and sensor bar combine for a unique combination of twisting, turning, pushing and pulling game play that lets players mimic movements for bowling, tennis or sword-fighting. Continue reading