Yup - and I have a homemade infrared pen and set of four wiimotes, one of which is going to be pressed into service if I can get some time in front of the 'big telly' and download bluez to drive my bluetooth dongle and and and ... the wiimoteproject on linux look more complicated than on windows (ouch sorry, smack!!!)sge wrote:Good time to bump this thread.
Anybody received their R-Pi yet?
the bar only needs powering it has no interface of any kind, it has a pair of IR leds at either end of itcandyman wrote:Just found this post. And once I get my powered usb hub and also a wii sensor cheap I plan on trying this out asap. Anyone have a good way to hook the bar up to the raspberry pi?
Any old infrared LEDs work as a sensor bar. Though a I nicer setup would be to buy $2-3 wii sensor bar (from eBay or someplace.)candyman wrote:Just found this post. And once I get my powered usb hub and also a wii sensor cheap I plan on trying this out asap. Anyone have a good way to hook the bar up to the raspberry pi?
sge wrote:The Wii's Opera Browser and Kylo (http://kylo.tv/) have great interfaces for Wii remotes. Unfortunately Kylo is Windows-only and the Wii's Opera Browser is obviously only for Wii.
We should make a browser extension ourselves to bring these features to either the Firefox, Google Chrome or Midori web browsers.
No home theatre PC has ever had a good web browser. The Wii is too weak (non-HD) and others have poor input devices and aren't well designed.
We can change this.
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