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To gamers, $40 may seem like a steep price to replace a Wii remote controller, but to scientists, a hacked Wiimote is a steal compared to the pricey sensors needed for a lot of field research.

Inspired by videos of renowned hacker Johnny Chung Lee turning the Wiimote into a finger-tracking device and a touchscreen white board, physicist Rolf Hut of Delft University of Technology built a Wiimote wind sensor.

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  1. huh! this conference and all. this really sometimes do bummer.else can be great too but with the blog’s junction they can tell to world about the latest technology.

    December 27, 2009

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