Wiimote Working On OS X

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If you thought Mac users were going to be left in the cold when it came to using the Wiimote on a computer, you were wrong. A perfectly titled application called DarwiinRemote allows you to use that Bluetooth Wii controller as a peripheral on your Mac. In the video, the gentleman using the remote shows us how you can drag windows and interact with OS X all by using this program developed for OS X. There’s even a real-time chart running in the background that shows the activity done by the Wiimote.

This looks pretty legit. I have a Mac but no Wii to test this out with. Guess I’ll just have to keep replaying this video until that Royksopp song gets stuck in my head.

Controlling My Macbook With The Wiimote [Geekporn]

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