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I Was Just Wondering Does Anyone Here Use Those Nintendo WiiMotes With Their Pc's? I Know I Have They Are Great Fun When U Tweak Them Properly In Specific With Emulators For Example The Project 64 Emulator Which Is An Emulator Of The Old Nintendo 64. They Are Great Fun And Make A Game More Enjoyable Especially Some Of The Old Favourites Like Mario Kart And James Bond: GoldenEye. Well I Just Wanted To Know If Anyone Else Does This And What Else U Can Do With A Wiimote And Ur Pc :)
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i'll see if i can find the link...there's a guy who controls a giant fire display with a wiimote....it's basically a bunch of propane torches hooked to solenoid valves and such....he also made one that was controlled with a DDR pad....the video for that one was priceless....this dufus in one of those giant shiny fire suits with the big face shield (like steel workers wear) dancing on a DDR pad with flames shooting up all around him
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