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CYBER Gadget is really blowing our mind with this new battery-powered Wii sensor bar. Not only can it detect the motion of your Wii Remote via the magic of infrared, but it can also detect the motion of time as it flows through the fourth dimension. And all for a mere $18? A veritable steal. [Via...

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February 20, 2008 at 2:01PM
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Oh, how the mighty have fallen! Cobra Command, the once-feared terror outfit that brought nations to their knees, has all but abandoned its plans of total world domination, favoring the sales of cheap Wii accessories in their stead. Gone are the days of Weather Dominators, Synthoids, and dozens of o...

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Having already made a name for himself with system mods for the Wii like the internal GameCube memory card and the internal Wavebird receiver, hardware hacker foobar2k shifted his attention to the Wii remote for his latest creation: a USB Wii sensor bar. There have been other homemade USB Wii sensor...

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If you've simply got to have a wireless sensor bar for your Wii and you don't want to test your homeowners insurance policy with ye olde candles or your health insurance policy with those new fangled soldering irons, then consider spending $31 (after shipping and handling) to get one of these homem...

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We had some trouble with the Wii's wired sensor bar when playing on a projection television; even if the wire is long enough, you're left with the problem of having another wire to route around your furniture. Those without high-def projectors may scoff while explaining that this really isn't the s...

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