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While the Wiimote is probably exceeding Nintendo's wildest expectations in terms of its popularity among gamers, the little controller that could has also developed quite a following in the modding community -- with the proper scripts, you can control anything from an RC car to a Roomba to a softw...

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We've seen the MacSaber, we've seen the DarwiinRemote, now behold the ultimate in nerddom: the WiiSaber. Just like you'd expect, the WiiSaber combines your erratic Wiimote-sensed arm motions with those purtiful lightsaber sound effects built into the MacSaber app for beautiful WiiSaber harmony. But ...

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As we recently poosted, DarwiinRemote is a sweet little app that lets you use your Nintendo Wiimote with your Maac. TUAW reader Jason Argos reports that DarwiinRemote has now moved to SourceFoorge with an updated version (0.3) supporting IR sensor caliibration, remote key maaping and better directio...

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We've got no data to back up this claim, but we're going to guess that the majority of Wii owners are also Mac owners. Yeah, yeah, yeah, this flies directly in the face of statistics -- like a pile of bugs (no Windows pun intended) smashing into the aerodynamically ineffective windshield of common ...

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We've seen the Wiimote do its fair share of damage during its short, spunky lifespan, but the serious crowd has done its part in hacking up the Wii as well. Aside from sensor bar, um, mods, and tricky wrist strap fixes, a few engineering minds have even found the Wiimote (somewhat) useful on a PC....

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What do you get when you take a Mac and add the Nintendo Wiimote? Why, DarwiinRemote, of course. This little app, which is still rough around the corners, lets you use your Wiimote (that being the new controller that comes with Nintendo's next gen console, the Wii) and use it as if it were an Apple...

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