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Wiimote used to control Nokia N95

Darren Murph
October 2, 2007
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Just in case you've somehow managed to control everything else in your world with Wiimotes, why not your lovely N95? Thanks to a team at the University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg, Austria, users with an S60 handset can now control games with Nintendo's fun-lovin' controller. WiiConnect, which is a Bluetooth driver for S60 phones, "enables you to play party games directly on / through your mobile phone," all while taking advantage of the accelerometer and rumble functionality. As an added bonus, the team also crafted WiiRider, a motorcycle simulation that utilizes the Wiimote's features. We know, you're already eager to know how much this time waster is gonna cost ya, but we've got excellent news: it's being provided as freeware in the read link below.

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