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Wiimote Desktop VR/Head Tracking / Game for Headtracking
« on: April 21, 2008, 11:07:59 AM »
It seems to me like someone should take this concept and just sit down and make a game out of it.
I know its really easy to say and all, but lots of coders here are just playin around with the current program. Lets put together a real one.

Im not thinking full 3d yet, i think thats a bit far from this point. what about a 2d game put into 3d.

Try Mario Brothers for example. I know someone could make a flash version of mario, easy. Its been done 100 times over now.

Just apply each element to a different "layer" and have the layers move based on where your head is. Seems like it'd be cake to do for anyone with half a mind for programming..(which i do not have)

anyone who made this would be a god and i think it could potentially spark a bunch of coders to attempt their own stuff.

Just a thought

IR Pens / Re: Prebuilt IR pen light found.
« on: April 10, 2008, 02:30:51 PM »
looks like a good deal. there are a few vendors around here, i may have to try and track one down to give it a go.

as for the AAAA, that is not a common size but you can usually find those batteries. I know that radio shack has them and i think they are 1.2 v instead of the 1.5 of AAA or AA.

Radio Shack Carries these. They are smaller than AAA batteries. They I used one inside my IRP. they are 1.5v.

IR Pens / IR Laser
« on: April 10, 2008, 02:26:11 PM »
Is there such thing as an IR Laser. Can a standard laser pen bulb be replaced to emit IR?

Seems to me then you have a very focused beam of IR. could the wiimote pick up the laser dot and track it? Im sure it could, ive seen a chotto shot fo PSP track a red laser on a wall.

Just seems like maybe you replace the light source in a laser to IR and this whole laser pen problem is solved.

IR Pens / Re: Pressure sensative "real" IR pen
« on: April 10, 2008, 02:23:57 PM »
why not have the LED just press down on a momentary switch?
Seems pretty reasonable to me. Or if you have to, super glue a toothpick to the bottom of the LED between the contacts and have the toothpick press down on the momentary switch.

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