Projects / Wiipresent


Wiipresent is a program that lets you use a Nintendo Wiimote as a cheap and reliable wireless presentation device. The various buttons are mapped to help you navigate through your presentation. The device rumbles to indicate how much time has passed and the LEDs gives you visual feedback on how much time you have left. You can also use your Wiimote's IR and tilting capabilities to move your mouse pointer on screen. Wiipresent was designed to be an off-the-shelf tool that can be used by anyone as long as you have a bluetooth receiver.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Aug 2009 05:44

    Release Notes: An xinit script was added. The program now scans for nearby wiimote devices and allows you to filter by more than one Bluetooth address. Support for applications was improved.

    •  18 Apr 2009 02:14

      Release Notes: This release Added support for various applications and implemented an improved MOUSE mode toggle (B+A) and WINDOW mode (B pressed). The manual page now explains how to use the wiimote. A few BadWindow exit causes were fixed. The Bluetooth address is now checked.

      •  11 Feb 2009 09:18

        Release Notes: This release includes all functionality except a working IR-mouse.


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