March 26, 2008
Wii at the Cave
The News Gazette published an interesting article about how the CAVE at the Beckman Institute looked to replace a wireless handheld controller for navigating virtual rooms (cost $60,000) with a Wii-mote handheld controller (cost $40).
"The upshot is that people are now using Wii controllers to fly through a heart or a DNA molecule, spear fish and navigate a maze by dead reckoning or the environs of a nuclear power plant, which are among the programs the lab has working with the Wiimote to date."
Posted by undergrad at March 26, 2008 11:44 AM
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