Wii Remote Hack Demos

Submitted by: mastereddy69 9 years ago in Tech
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Geek demos his Wii hacks, which transform the $40 remote into a whiteboard, a touchscreen and a head-mounted 3D viewer.
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Male 191
HAH now all the smart board making companies are going like "Oh sh*t"
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Male 9
Hey it`s Mr. Kermit
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Male 2,172
Ok... it`s the same guy.

Had to check the 2 videos a second time to be sure and it`s Johny Cheng Lee... aka Johny Lee in the Bmw video. He lost a few pounds also so it got me by surprise.

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Male 2,172
This is the original video for those who missed it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd3-eiid-...

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Male 2,172
It`s not the same guy from the original videos... they just used his finding to publicize their show which in turn publicize the BMW company.

It`s neat that they could show what was already done with this technology but they didn`t made anything new with it... just like the BMW cars.

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Male 98
Stop hatin` on the Asian dude. Stop commenting on his breathing and on his kermit-like voice.
I LOVE THIS GUY.
He`s amazing because he`s putting his mind to something productive and innovative and he`s sharing it with the world for free. If anyone else had discovered this, they`d sell their idea to gaming companies for millions of dollars.
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Male 388
nintendo better use this idea...it would be soooo badass to have this implemented into their games....

so nintendo if you`re watching...

"i wanna see some games!"

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Male 1,109
so cool...just from a wii remote.
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Female 432
for a while i was almost scared he would drop dead on stage gosh he should get that breathing checked by a doc...otherwise the video was pretty cool
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Male 697
My favourite Kermit the Frog soundalike is back!
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Male 328
^^you know.. i know two people in my grade named johnny lee
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Male 614
haha, yeah, I`ve seen this several months ago. But pretty cool.
http://www.youtube.com/user/jcl5m Johnny Lee has quite a few other stuff too.
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Male 3
You can hit a baseball bat? wait, let me play that again, yep he definitely said hit a baseball bat. I`m no American but hitting a baseball bat isn`t part of baseball, hitting a baseball WITH a baseball bat would work though, smart dude, not so smart on the spot thinking
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Male 3
dam someone bet me 2 it i was gonna say kermit the frog. i wasnt the only one that noticed it
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Male 707
DEVI.. goddamit:P i was just ready to press post, then i saw your "Kermit" thing.. I wanted to be the first to point that out=`( heh, jk..
anyways.. it`s nice to know that im not the only one though=)
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Male 110
link to his whiteboard software?

anyone? I have to try that.

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Male 27
Insert generic praise comment with minor complaint concerning respiratory issues here. Because, y`know, it`s not cool to not conform.
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Male 65
Pretty kool how the white board is so cheap bt it kinda ruins it when you hear the presenter breathin so heavily like he is goin into cardiac arrest
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Male 328
i hope hes getting paid for all of thiss stuff.
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Male 11,739
I`ve seen this video before, TEDtalks is pretty cool. That guy is super smart and going to end up super rich. The next Bill Gates, if not better.
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Female 168
just another way to get lost in a computer screen. awesome.
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Male 762
Kinda went on , but sweet non the less !
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Male 772
Pretty heavy breathing, but otherwise, everything else out of him was nice.
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Female 1,496
He sounds like Kermit the Frog. He was breathing so heavy through parts of it. I guess he must really drink a lot of Jolt colas and Doritos when he`s inventing his little things.
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Female 309
YES! Beternal I was wondernig for ages who he sounded like!
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Male 490
EA will ruin this like every other good idea. What`s worse is that people will still buy it, `cause EA knows marketing and how to capitalize on good stuff while making very little effort to make a decent product.
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Male 2,586
Nooo... he sounds like Professor Ogden Wernstrom (Futurama) - the pony-tailed professor that always challanges Farnsworth!
Yeah, now i feel like more of a geek than both of them
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Female 1,002
Ooooooh!
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Female 859
wikid i want one
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Male 2,344
very cool, video gaming is experiencing major advancements. But...I do not like nasaly voises. Haha, still cool!
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Female 173
Awesome, good to see more of this.
I still remember that video about the 3D features.

Pretty sweet that EA is picking up on that :3.

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Female 64
that`s pretty spiffy.
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Male 92
iam a nerd becase now my mom made me move to my uclees and ai have NO friends there all i doo is use my pcc
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Female 342
Pretty cool. I wish I didn`t completely suck at video games now.
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Female 26
I found this really cool,
Im a nerdd.
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Male 3,819
Really cool poo though. I have a feeling the headset thing will be a major feature of some next-next gen console...
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Male 1,347
Hehe yeah he sounds a bit kermity, but yeah, this guy has a lot of interesting stuff including 3d holographics. I love TED though, you get to hear a lot of sweet ideas in all categories
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Male 3,819
he sounds like Kermit the Frog
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Male 637
Yeah, it`s the same guy, just showing it in a new way. It`s still pretty ingenious. On a side note, I grossly misread the title of this video to read `Wii Remote Hat Demons`! I was expecting much more excitement.
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Male 174
omg this is so boring
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Female 151
It`s the same guy from that original post a while back with that 3D target software.He`s a good idea man and Nintendo should seriously pick up on the neato things he`s come up with. My school has smart boards,pretty cool stuff...
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Female 4,197
Love the ideas. People can be so clever >.<
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Male 435
3D GAMING IS THE FUTURE, I`ve Know This 4 Awhile
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Male 374
Neat. I wanna do that now.
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Male 25
cool
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Male 18
Link: Wii Remote Hack Demos [Rate Link] - Geek demos his Wii hacks, which transform the $40 remote into a whiteboard, a touchscreen and a head-mounted 3D viewer.
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