Play your favorite PC, Mac, or Linux games just by tilting! The Motion Gamepad translates your movements into in-game actions, like turning a steering wheel or throwing a ball. An advanced interface makes it easy to customize, and a 3-Axis, 2kHz accelerometer gives you super smooth and accurate control. 

Here's a quick video demo;

It's a perfect fit on the Wii Wheel, but you can mount it on just about anything. Why not put it on a helmet or your arm or leg?

Step 1: FAQ

How is this different than a Wiimote?
The Motion Controller is similar, but improves on the wiimote in a few key areas;
  1. USB Connection: your computer doesn't need bluetooth, and there are no batteries to run out.
  2. Multiple OS Support: uses standard USB HID protocol, so no drivers are necessary.
  3. Software Upgradeable: upgrading the Motion Controller firmware is easy via USB.
  4. Higher Quality Sensor: the accelerometer used (ST LIS331AL) has a significantly higher sampling bandwidth for more accurate and more responsive gameplay.
  5. Hackable:  buttons can be easily mounted on a case, on a steering wheel, or anywhere else you prefer. Configuration utility lets you further customize your controller to fit your exact preferences.
Does it work with Mac, Linux, or OS/2 Warp?
If your operating system supports the USB Keyboards, it should work fine with the Motion Controller.  That includes all modern operating systems like Windows, OS X and Linux. 

Is there any Surface Mount Soldering?
Nope! Accelerometers are only available as surface mount devices, but the Motion Controller uses an accelerometer breakout board (The Acc_Gyro) that comes pre-assembled.

Where can I mount it?
It was designed to be easiest to mount into an official or generic Wii wheel, and the pin headers act as prongs to lock the Motion Gamepad in firmly, but it can be mounted into nearly anything, and mounting holes are drilled on the board.

The Motion Gamepad and Acc_Gyro Board were designed by Starlino. The Motion Gamepad is available as a kit from Gadget Gangster.

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How hard would it be to get it inside an SNES controller case, connected to the SNES buttons?<br />
I&nbsp;JUST&nbsp;HAD&nbsp;AN&nbsp;EPIC&nbsp;IDEA.<br /> If I got one, I would put it in an old Nintendo Power Glove.<br />

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