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Dhreck, an enterprising modder has moded the first ever WiiMote encased purely in Hemp twine. This amazing Hemp-Mote is absolutely playable, all buttons, accelerometers and the infrared camera accounted for. We must give Dhreck a strong salute for this mod.
Recently he has posted a series of Tutorials that let you know that how he made the basic smaller Wii-Mote that’s underneath all this Hemp. Check out his Tutorials here if you want to know how to build your own:
A 17 years old instructables member has shared his wonderful work, the help of which you can build your own remote-controlled based Vehicle. He presented his ideas and step by step guide here.
To make this crazy build, you’ll just be requiring: standard Lego NXT kit, computer with Bluetooth and wiimote. The tutorial will give you the clear idea of controlling Lego NXT by Bluetooth using a Wiimote.
To know more, watch this video and enjoy!!
Nullvalu has shared his youngest son’s Crazy Wiimote Pinewood Derby Car build in 2011. The following components were used in his construct:
David Dearden modded an original Nintendo NES Controller and a Wiimote. He was able to use the original Nintendo NES controller on the Nintendo Wii console.
You can watch the video below that demonstrate how cut the circuit board from a Nintendo Classic controller.
Many of the “Gunframes” that game accessory companies make for Wii FPS games are not really up to snuff. These gunframes are meant to make the Wii controls like actual guns, but they end up with the B or trigger button, and ignore the other controls.
WeeP5 has solved this problem and is actually a fully functional Wiimote. In this the B button is the trigger, A button is under the foregrip, 1 and 2 are on opposite sides near the front, the D-pad and Wii remote are jutting out of the left side, and the +, -, and home buttons are on the top just above the ammo clip.