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Wii Theremin – How It Works

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Homemade Wiimote-powered Theremin. The technology links a Wiimote controller, infrared LED gloves and a Roland JV-1080 synthesizer to create Theremin-like sounds (sine wave) or a nearly endless world of bizarre sounds (let’s hear a Theremin do that!). For more information and demos visit http://www.kenmooredesign.com

Nintendo Wii Bowling Accident

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Nintendo Wii Bowling Accident

Mario Kart Wii Trailer From Nintendo Europe

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

A trailer for the upcoming Mario Kart Wii game, showing main features.

The state of the Wii – 24c3

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

The state of the wii lecture by bushing+others from the 24c3

Wii Fit — full trailer from E307

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Wii Fit: replace tons of exercise equipment with one tiny board.

E3 2006 Nintendo Conference Wii Video 1

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

E3 2006 Nintendo Conference Wii Video

Nintendo Wii Bowling Perfect Game

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Footage of bowling a perfect game in Nintendo Wii Bowling. Sorry about the quality, I had to use medium quality on my camera so it would fit on here…

Nintendo Wii Tennis Wanker

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Spoof Nintendo Wii sketch from BBC TV The Wrong Door

Wii Accident

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Unfortunate Wii Accident

Wii-diculous – Playing the Wii in a Movie Theater

Posted by meme video guy On January - 7 - 2009

Playing Wii Sports at a movie theater on a 344″ screen using a homemade wireless sensor bar.

One of my friends is a manager at a local movie theater, which uses a digital projector to show advertisements between features. After seeing the It Burns When I Wii video, we figured we could one-up it with the equivalent of a 344″ television screen. We wanted to use my friend’s Nintendo Wii in the theater, but we didn’t want to have to deal with yards of cabling. Inspired by doctabu’s design, I built my own wireless sensor bar for less than $20.

For the complete writeup and instructions on how to build your own, visit http://jonpeck.blogspot.com/2006/12/wii-diculous.html

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