Posts Tagged 'wiimote'

Is that a Wiimote in your pocket vibrating?

A company called “Immersion” holds a patent that allows them to claim royalties for things that vibrate or provide force-feedback. They’re the reason that Sony’s Playstation 3 controllers had no rumble features at first — it took losing an $82 million lawsuit before Sony capitulated.

But you know what else vibrates? Things you put inside yourself for sexual pleasure. (Including my personal all-natural pleasure generator: a jar of bees. Just be sure to keep the lid on tight or it won’t just be a colony that’s collapsing.)

Immersion didn’t want to enforce its patents on teledildonic gaming devices — the name is also the cleaning instructions! — so they licensed the rights to the blandly named “Internet Services, LLC”, who is in turn suing some other people and then the lawyer left so they sued him and oh I appear to be falling asleep. (link)

Gadget: WiiPhone

The WiiPhone is one of those mods just adored by the House of Giz. It’s the bastard son of a Wiimote and a common or garden-variety DoCoMo cellphone, stuck together by a clever guy who’s good at this kind of stuff. I particularly like the wrist strap, to stop unnecessary accidents (just ask another writer here, whose CrackBerry met an unfortunate end when it hurtled to the floor following a difference of opinion he had with his wife). Anywii, take part in our exclusive poll below the gallery.

Gizmodo

Wii Wireless Nunchuk by Nyko

I always thought the cable was a bit short, but for most of the Wii games spreading your arms wide apart never really came into play, unless your a moron. Here’s a product for you: wireless nunchuk by Nyko. Plug in the adapter to the bottom of the Wii remote and you’re good to go.
kotaku

Nintendo Wii light saber

Ever since Nintendo’s Satoru Iwata revealed the Wii remote’s motion-sensing capabilities, gamers have been clamoring for someone, anyone, to help realize their deepest nerd fantasy — using the Wii’s controller to act out the Star Wars Kid video. (link)


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