wiimote connection?

I am trying to connect a wiimote to pc. i have a dealextreame $1.80 blutooth adapter. i have bluesolei and widcomm drivers installed. the pc is not recognizing my wiimote. any help is very appreciated. 

Question by Krayzi99 


Wiimote Whiteboard

I have connected my WiiMote to my laptop via the bluetooth dongle that you reccomended with BlueSoliel software.  They are communicating with one another.  I am trying to use Johnny Lee's software for the Whiteboard Interface.  When I try to open his software it sends a message sayin that the device is not on the HID list.  Do I need a driver for the WiiMote?  How do I get it on the HID list?  Keep in mind that my laptop doesn't have built in Bluetooth hardware.  The control panel has bluetooth options, but when I open it, I can't do anything from there.  It doesn't see any of my devices.  The Blue Soliel wizard sees and communicates with both the Wiimote and my Blackberry.

Question by 7zarc7   |  last reply


wiimote joystick for pc?? Answered

I know i seem to ask alot of questions, but is there a way to use the wiimote and nunchuck combo as a joystick on pc? really appreciate it.

Question by Krayzi99   |  last reply


Using the Wiimote on Vista

I've been trying for a while now to link a wiimote to my pc as a mouse/game controller/ect. I have been using bluesolei for bluetooth to link them up. I have only so far managed to get the computer to recognize the wiimote with bluesolei. I have bluesolei running and I'm holding down on the 1 & 2 buttons. Then I opened up one of the test scripts in GlovePie and my computer crashed instantly. I had to do a force reboot to get it back to normal. I tried using the GlovePie program several times, each one resulting the same as the first. I'm not sure if it is because I have Windows Vista, or I screwed up somewhere.

Topic by Kozar   |  last reply


Wiimote Whiteboard help?

So i have a wii remote and i made an infrared led pen and i want to do this project, but the software aspect really confuses me. i went to Johnny Lee's website to download the software but the windows visual thing you need to download has so many different options and i dont know which one to pick and some other links on his site, when i click them, it just downloads a folder and i dont know what to do with it. Can anybody help me out here?

Question by texpert   |  last reply



Is there any wiimote with glovepie guide??

I Was wondering if there is a guide to help me with glovepie programming

Question by arv_christos   |  last reply


Installing bluetooth driver for WiiMote?

I have purchased a Wii and generic Bluetooth dongle. I can not get the computer to recognize the Wii. I am running Win7 and the Device Manger sees Bluetooth Radios, with Generic Bluetooth Radio and Microsoft Bluetooth Enumerator but I do not have any apparent software interface to recognition the Wii itself. I have spent hours and hours attempting to contruct IWB scenerios to no avail. Research shows that the bluetooth technology can be problematic. Are there any know issues with Win7? Amy

Question by Amy Peterson 


Connecting Wiimote to Bluetooth - Trouble with Bluesoleil

 I'm trying to connect the wiimote to my bluetooth adapter. Bluesoleil gets to the connect human interface and runs for 10 minutes then freezes. I've uninstalled and installed the Bs program several times and it doesn't seem to help. Should the connection take a long time and how do you get and install the wiimote driver ? Thanks for any and all help.

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Has anyone gotten a samsung moment to work with a wiimote?

 There is an android app that lets you use the wiimote (the controller for a wii) with an android phone. But apperently this thing called sense ui has made it so you cant use low level bluetooth stuff. Has anyone found a way around this? 

Question by octopuscabbage 


i have a question about the wiimote whiteboard.?

I`m planning to play games with the wiimote whiteboard. But i cant figure out how to use it to move the mouse / aim instead of just clicking / shooting. Sorry for the bad English. 

Question by tbang1 


Wiimote signal through an internet connection?

Has anyone ever tried sending the signal from a wiimote through an internet connection (using a laptop at either end with bluetooth capability) to sync up with another wii?

Question by Undaunt   |  last reply


can i use a nunchuck extension cable on a charging base to charge my Wiimote? Answered

Can i use a nunchuck extension cable on a charging base to charge my Wiimote? what i mean is, can i plug the female end into the male charging port,and the male end into the female port in the Wiimote?

Question by ashannon1   |  last reply


Does anybody know if the sensors from off brand wiimote cameras work with ardunio?

I've  been looking everywhere for a cheaper infrared camera.

Question by wkuace   |  last reply


can we make a cheap alternative to wiimote with a webcam and a IR emmiter for PC controlling?

Hey guys, I've been wondering... if the Wiimote is basically an infrared camera with g-sensors and buttons that connects via bluetooth, and reads the IR light from a couple of leds... and knowing that any webcam can be modded to become an IR-only cam.... and that with the use of simple IR leds and a wiimote you can make a smart whiteboard.... would it be possible to somehow develop a way to use a modded IR webcam and a handheld IR emmiter -like a wand- to perform like a mouse-like controller for your PC?

Question by Erwin Troncoso   |  last reply


how do i create a shortcut to a wiimote from a different room (can i make a background connection)

How could i (if this is possiable) make a second background feed for a wii remote system (meaning i want a second way to play the wii in a different room i already have video working)?

Question by northernmagnet 


Wiimote Head Tracking -- Nintendo: Please do this!

Johnny Lee did it again! Head tracking with the Wiimote!From his blog:"Using the infrared camera in the Wii remote and a head mounted sensor bar (two IR LEDs), you can accurately track the location of your head and render view dependent images on the screen. This effectively transforms your display into a portal to a virtual environment. The display properly reacts to head and body movement as if it were a real window creating a realistic illusion of depth and space. "I really hope Nintendo looks into this -- even though it only works for 1 person. After all, most games are 1-player, and those games are the ones that would best use this feature.If I had a bluetooth adaptor, I'd play around with this some, but, alas, I do not. However, this and his other projects would work the same with a video camera that has an IR filter.Funny, Sony really didn't take enough advantage of thier EyeToy, if it was IR-only, they would have been able to do more...

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wiimote or a ps3 controler controling a self balancing skateboard...

I am looking at making a self balancing skateboard... i am having trouable finding step by step instructions for the ones that use the sensors... so i was thinking that if i could use a wiimote or a ps3 controler becuase everyone knows that the wiimote has gyroscopic sensors in it and the ps3 controller has a sixaxis thingie in it...(i know that thingie isnt the correct term for it...) so that gave me a good idea instead of piecing together gyrocopic sensors and many other things than why not just use a controller to control it... and if anyone knows another way to control a self-balancing skateboard... or a way to hook them up to the board... and i am not very good at programing so... if you could just send me a message of the programing to use the controlers as a controller than that would be great... if anyone thinks that this way is just to much harder than it seems than please tell me... thank you, Girrrrrrr2

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Can this be converted as a shield with Arduino?

I've scrapped a broken Nyko wii perfect shot which I don't care about now so then the only thing this has is this port which is a wii nunchuk port with a male port to stick the wiimote on I've tested it with my guitar hero WOR Guitar and it still works well, now my question is this is even possible to reverse engineer this and turn it into over to Arudino and use it as a usb controller port with Nintendo's Wii Classic Controller?

Topic by SuperScourge   |  last reply


Doctor Who Style IR Pen With Left and Right click, Sound effects and other LEDs optional

So I want to make a "Gaming Screen" where my friends can interact with while I GM from a computer, and after doing some research, the best option would be to use the Wiimote technique. To use that, I would have to make an IR pen, and guides for that are a dime a dozen, but I want to be different, not mundane. My question is: Is there a way for me to make a wireless IR pen with two buttons that will left and right click respectively, and if it's possibie, have one color LED go off when one is clicked and another color when the other is clicked, with a possible inclusion of sounds?  To Doctor Who fans out there, I want to make my own version of the iconic Sonic Screwdriver that can be used as an IR pen. If not, it would be okay if the other LEDs and possible sounds where activated by seperate buttons independent from the Left and Right clicks, or even if it all it can do is left and right click, I just want the two buttons, everything else is simply for fun.

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Xbox 360 PC Output Emulation

I was wondering whether there is a way to make a PC output xbox 360 signals through its usb port. I want to get a wiimote to work with an xbox 360, and since I can already control a PC using glovepie and a bluetooth adapter, wouldn't it be possible to take the wiimote input through the computer, convert it, and feed it directly to the xbox as if the PC were a controller?Sure beats doing this: http://obsiv.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!948789BF56FAF394!177.entry

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Tiger Electronics LAZERTAG gun to PC port??

I have recently disassembled an old laser tag gun I have had for a long time. I am hoping to possibly turn it into an interface for my PC. Using the infrared LEDS It could likely be tracked with an Infrared filter webcam. The other key things are the Buttons. It's a more advanced laser tag gun in that it contains it's own LCD, multiple buttons for controlling options, No wearable pack, and confusing circuity with several microprocessors. I hope to connect it in some way that may allow the LCD to be used with something like LCD Studio, and the buttons be able to be mapped to keys. Is there any way to do this? 

Question by Lyokoking99 


Is it possible to emulate the output of an xbox controller from a PC?

I was wondering whether there is a way to make a PC output xbox 360 signals through its usb port. I want to get a wiimote to work with an xbox 360, and since I can already control a PC using glovepie and a bluetooth adapter, wouldn't it be possible to take the wiimote input through the computer, convert it, and feed it directly to the xbox as if the PC were a controller?By the way, I already tried posting this in the forums but got no replies: https://www.instructables.com/community/Xbox-360-PC-Output-Emulation/

Question by jasper28   |  last reply


The Game Gun?

Does anyone can make a good tutorial how to build a Game Gun like this?http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/21/diy-vr-game-gun-packs-built-in-motion-tracking-optional-mullet/

Topic by Zoukiny   |  last reply


Where is the cheapest place to buy a bluetooth adapter for my computer? Answered

I want to connect my wiimote to my computer but don't have a bluetooth adapter. Can ayone help me buy a cheap one. I don't want to buy online.

Question by nbagf   |  last reply


How many Lemon batteries will it take to turn on a wii remote?

I'm making a lemon battery project for the science fair and I want to power a wiiremote with Lemon batteries, how many Lemon batteries will it take?

Question by ahmad2117   |  last reply


wii zapper out of knex

Ok here is something cool that works for all of shooters that can use the wii zapper. see if you can make one that looks cool and post a picture.

Topic by the_burrito_master   |  last reply


Has anybody tried dying a Wii-mote rather than painting?

I saw the color Wii straps with RIT dye Instructable (https://www.instructables.com/id/Color-Wiimote-Straps/) and was wondering if anybody had yet tried taking apart the Wii-mote and dying the plastic rather than painting the surface? if they had or have any suggestions please let me know.

Question by SWV1787   |  last reply


Play SNES on your iPad

There are more and more gaming apps coming to the iPad all the time, but if you have a retro gaming itch that you want to scratch you can play SNES games on it with a Wiimote. Lifehacker breaks it down into four easy steps so you can see if you can still get high scores on the classics. How to Play SNES on your iPad in Four Easy Steps

Topic by fungus amungus   |  last reply


Can someone recommend some Wii games for my two-year-old? Answered

We just bought a Wii (thanks to the $50 price drop) and are having a blast, as expected! I'm wondering if there are any games out there suitable for a two-year-old so she can play, too. Nothing complicated of course, just something where she can wave the wiimote around and have something interesting happen onscreen.

Question by jeff-o   |  last reply


computer controlled rc car roller coaster

A new idea i recently came up with was to use the ir feature in the wiimote as a gps tracker for line of sight communication... basically, the idea is to build a framework (knex pieces maybe) and then make a track out of something else with lots of turns, ups/downs, a jump or 2, and a stunt track (kind of like a skiing terrain park) on the roof... also an elevator in a corner to take the car up, and finally 2 spiral tracks to also help the car get up easier. i will eventually make a sketchup version of this track and post it, right now its just on paper but still, the layout idea is almost done.the idea is to mount an led throwie thingy using an ir led an a locking push switch (push on, push off to conserve battery life) on the top of an rc car such as a mini cooper (pic 1). i will mount the wiimote at an angle on the top in a way so that the whole track is visible (or as much as possible).heres the idea: the car remote should be hooked up to the computer, and there is a way to do that if u google it an/or look at thisthe wiimote will track the car using the ir, and the computer will then steer the car accordingly. Advantages to that are : 1. the car can start anywhere on the track; 2. there is no need for borders like those "ai" cars which use ir sensors to drive their way around, which i happened to mention in another forum of mine so refer there for pics + description; and 3. it actually tracks the car's location, instead of just avoiding obstacles like those ai cars. this would allow realtime tracking, so it knows to stop the car when it eg. gets to the elevator, ect... now - naturally, this design will have some "blind spots", so there will be laser "tripwires" in those more major areas and have those signals routed through a microcontroller, which will then send out a # respective to the tripped area then routed to the computer, just like an advanced alarm system. for the controller (hooked up to computer), it would be nice to have the whole thing routed through and powered by a single usb port, so instead of integrating a hub, is there a microcontroller that is designed to directly interface with a computer, not just for programming, but for actual realtime commands and stuff like that..?as far as the forum goes, this is just a huge idea now and we each have our areas of expertise... so m asking for ideas about harware, materials, coding, and especially how to directly interface the program to the wiimote...also, comments, questions, and anything else u got is welcome and greatly appreciated.Thanks to all, rak

Topic by raykholo   |  last reply


Play with fire, sleep less, launch a rocket, slice bottles...

Function clickclear(thisfield, defaulttext) {if (thisfield.value == defaulttext) {thisfield.value = "";}}Sign-up for our newsletter subscribe August 30, 2007 Welcome back!With a three-day weekend ahead you have more time than ever to try out some new projects. Check out some great ideas below. Make your own Embossed Business Cards using Acid Etching Etch, press, and print your way to some unique cards.posted by bofthem on Aug 30, 2007 How to bind your own Hardback Book The art of book binding is an ancient craft, but actually it is not very difficult to do.posted by KaptinScarlet on Aug 29, 2007 Build an antique style crystal radio Enoy your radio the truly old-fashioned way.posted by Ohm on Aug 29, 2007 Wiimote Rubens Tube: Control Fire With Sound! (And a Nintendo Wiimote!) Fire + music + Wiimote? What could go wrong with that?posted by ScaryBunnyMan on Aug 28, 2007 Quick Banana Nut Bread You can't argue with a dessert that takes just five minutes to make.posted by RealSimple.com on Aug 24, 2007 Get published in Real Simple magazine! $1,500 top prize!Ends this weekend! Soar to great heights. Launch It: Patriot Model Rocket Make your own rocket. No kit required!posted by kruser495 on Aug 27, 2007 Rebuild a bicycle rear hub Become a bike whiz and learn to fix most freewheel hubs on the market today.posted by Prometheus on Aug 27, 2007 How to use a wet tile saw to cut glass bottles Discover the joys of using a wet tile saw to cut glass.posted by WUVIE on Aug 27, 2007 Gas Grill Renovation Bring your grill back from the dead for Labor Day weekend.posted by digrat on Aug 26, 2007 Polyphasic Sleep Live your life on just 2-3 hours of sleep a day.posted by rachel on Aug 24, 2007 Now go build something awesome, and I'll see you next week! -Eric

Topic by lebowski 


Suggested Project/Instructable: Holo Display

Hello all, I had an idea a moment ago for a "holographic" display but I realise that I do not currently have the supplies necessary to complete it. It is actually a combination of a couple other peoples ideas to form a new concept. Someone on here, (open new tab>search) NK5, made an instructable on how to make a kind of hologram. Another cool frood, Johny Chung Lee, came up with and did some basic programming for a different kind of simulated hologram and a multitouch system. And lastly there was a group that made a pair of specialised LED gloves to go with the multitouch system. My thought was: make a reflection hologram and use the Wiimote multitouch system to make it interactive. Project the screen onto the floor or put a large screen tv on the floor (if you want to risk it. and place the glass over it at 45 like with NK5's idea. Put the wiimote at the base of the glass. (it would be simpler if it were behind the glass but I think glass disables IR cameras) Then put on the IR gloves and run it all together with a program that supports the multitouch. Once you got the hang of it it would be more or less a "Minority Report" type display. Well, that's it. I can't make this because I do not have a projector or a pane of glass anywhere near large enough. Nor do I have sufficient expandable cash to purchase such objects. Good luck.

Topic by finfan7 


Just read Aeshir's b***h-fest, I can top that

Lightning hit my tree, everything that is wireless and powered in my house got knocked out permanently, this includes: flat panel tv, 2 CRT tv, nintendo wii, wiimotes, every cordless phone, every clock radio, and my cheapo routereverything that was unplugged and without batteries in them was fine, also things that are not wireless are fine, there was no surge or anythingI don't know how badly it affected my neighbors and finally, some picshttp://s156.photobucket.com/albums/t31/frank26080115/Lightning%20Strike/?action=view&slideshow;=true

Topic by frank26080115   |  last reply


EyeTracking (with Wii )... !! possible?

For those who are thinking to themselves "Jonny Chung beat you to it long time ago".... Don't jump to conclusion. I'm here to use his idea and give it a little twist. (if its possible that is) So let me know if this is worth pursuing... because i'm sure someone must have thought of this already... I'm also nowhere close to being a developer... with that said lets jump into what i want to call Basically i want to use our EYES to reflect Infrared to the wiimote to calibrate the movement ... and capture it and do something cool with it...    -  steer a car in a racing game...  -  look around in a 3d environment  just by moving ur head...  -  maybe even use it as a mouse and Wink with one eye to click? im waiting for a friend of mine to find time to build me that IR LED board Jonny Chung used in one of his videos. IF anyone thinks this is something to look into, I would like to be notified.

Question by solidkundi   |  last reply


Wiring a LCD screen to a Wii

I would like some help on learning how to wire this 7" screen that i took off of a dvd player and wire it to the Nintendo Wii. I'll show you some pictures and hopefully someone can help me out. This is what im planning if you can't tell aready, i am going to take this LCD screen and wire it up to the wii and make my own version of the wii laptop but i need help with the wiring. Ok well i cant the the picture to let me make notes in them so ill just explain them like this going left to right.The first picture shows what the motherboard of the dvd player said about the wiring going TO the LCD screenThe second picture is about the connector to the lcd screen, its just there for in case someone wanted to see itThe third picture is the whole lcd screenThe Forth is the wii, and here is a website for the av pinouts. http://nfggames.com/wiki/doku.php?id=av:wii_multi_av_pinoutany help?

Topic by Wiimote Master   |  last reply


Amazon.com® and Instructables Science Fair Results!

Amazon.com® and Instructables are pleased to announce the winners of the Science Fair! The entries were sweet, and I personally learned quite a few new things. Check out all the projects here.Grand PrizeThe grand prize winner for will receive a USD $1,500 Amazon.com gift certificate, a custom laser-etched Leatherman Juice S2 multi-tool, and an Instructables Robot t-shirt.The Rubens' Tube: Soundwaves in Fire! by yourtvliesFirst PrizeEach first prize winner will each receive a USD $250 Amazon.com gift certificate, a custom laser-etched Leatherman Juice S2 multi-tool, and an Instructables Robot t-shirt.Build an antique style crystal radio by OhmWiimote Rubens Tube: Control Fire With Sound! (And a Nintendo Wiimote!) by ScaryBunnyManKitchen laboratory II: The CO2 trap by syribiaThe Hilsch vortex tube by thecheatscalcRunners UpThe runners-up will each receive a USD $25 Amazon.com gift certificate, an Instructables patch, and stickers.A simple mechanical resonance demonstrator by 5VoltHow to make plastic by aaPreparing your own thin layer chromatography plates (and then using them) by allanf0Make a Voltage Controlled Resistor and Use It by BioteleElectromechanical Transducer Out of a Polystyrene Conical Section! by BookburnMake Potato Plastic! by Brandon121233The Bio-Battery - Power for the future. (So easy a 10 year old can do it.) by chowdeshellMotor Speaker by guyfrom7upHow to make air muscles! by HonusMeasure the drag coefficient of your car by iwilltryBarbie Doll Electric Chair Science Fair Project! by jessyratfinkMake an Evaporative Terra Cotta Beer Chiller by jolshefskyBe a scientist: make your own force meter. by Kiteman8X10 foldable pinhole camera by lennybBuilding a better Guinea and Feather by Luke LuckGrowing Mushrooms: PF Tek by nakKelvin's Thunderstorm - Create lightning from water and gravity! by NK5Be a Scientist: Learn about Triboluminescence (or Lightning in your by RedNeckOreoLet's go green! Build a Solar Powered Parabolic Cooker! by WeissensteinburgGeodesic Dome Greenhouse by yes2techFamily CollaborationThese collaborating families will receive a matched set of Instructables Robot t-shirts and an acrylic Robot plaque laser-engraved with their names!The Bio-Battery - Power for the future. (So easy a 10 year old can do it.) by chowdeshellLaunch it: the Huffin' Hoopster by KitemanAll winners should watch their inboxes for a private message with prize-claim instructions.The following Instructables were rated high enough to be runners-up, but the authors already had a winning entry:Hack The Spy Ear and Learn to Reverse Engineer a Circuit by BioteleBuild a solar hot dog cooker by iwilltryMeasure the specific heat of water and other fluids by iwilltryBe a Scientist: map your skin by KitemanThe Chaos Machine (Double Pendulum) by Luke LuckKitchen laboratory: Proteins and Cheese making by syribiaMake Rheopectic slime in less than 15 minutes! (It is not Oobleck) by syribiaGive a big round of applause to our awesome judges who spent hours going through each project:Bill Burkland, CameronSS, canida, dan, dave spencer, ewilhelm, fungus amungus, jeffkobi, KaptinScarlet, lebowski, noahw, Peanut, turkey tek, viron, and zieak.From complete voting results, go here.Amazon, Amazon.com and the Amazon.com logo are registered trademarks of Amazon.com Inc. or its affiliates.

Topic by ewilhelm   |  last reply


Help with wiring a 9v screen to 12v

If you are interested in what i am doing with my wii check it out ( http://www.wiinode.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=4280 ?... ) As you can see with my site i have a screen that uses 9v and i need it to be used along with the wii (so i only have to carry around ONE plug in) i have my amp wired to my wii using 5v and it works great. I need my screen to work alongside my wii. Ive tryed a 9volt battery before but some reason i get a blank screen but my ps1 7v power connector makes it light up good.when i plug 5v on the screen it leaves it very dim. There is 12v also there are alot of 5v points and some 3.3v points on the wii, could i combine them in some way to recieve my needed voltage or use the 12v? anything thats not to costly or spacey (need my smallage so i can have a small case) and please dont post about me NOT needed to do this thank you. if you need more info say so and ill update the question. I KNOW THE RISK INVOLED WITH WHAT IM DOING!please also note that pics are old. Just giving them for info purposes. Please ask me if you need any other details. :) thank youEDIT: fixed the link.

Topic by Wiimote Master   |  last reply


Get Paid for your Hardware Projects

Looking thru all of the cool projects here, it seems like there are too many projects that took tons of effort, sitting in attics. Or they're being used by the project designer, but no-one else can benefit from the designer's hard work. A lot of people would love to try some of the projects you've come up with, but they're not sure where to start.Here's what I'm proposing;- I'll keep a stock of the most useful components (passives, IC's, etc). I'll also keep stock of several 'generic' project PCB's.-You come up with a cool project using these components, Or modify a project you've already done. Once you've got it done, send me your source code / design and a Howto.-I'll publish your projects on my site, and I'll market my site to drive hobbyists. I'll spend real money marketing it, driving traffic so that thousands of folks will visit and check out your projects.Here's the best part; If a visitor thinks your project is cool, they can order the materials to build it. I'll take care of shipping, inventory, payment processing, etc, and I'll share the revenue with the project designer. Imagine if your hobby paid some bills instead of making them! And all you have to do is write up a 2 or 3 page 'How I did it' and share your code.HOW TO GET INVOLVEDI need to do a fair number of things on the business side, so I won't be ready to launch for 2-3 months. Before I can launch, though, I need to figure out what the inventory of components should be. There are two ways to get involved;IF YOU HAVE A PROJECTGo to the website and submit a brief description and a Bill of Materials (BOM). The BOM is the most important. Once I've collected enough BOM's, I'll build an initial component inventory for projects. Try to be thorough with the BOM (Everything but solder). Your project doesn't need to be done (or even started), but if you share your project now, you'll get priority listing when the site is launched.IF YOU WANT TO SEE A PROJECT AVAILABLEVisit the website and drop me a note. I'll collect project ideas and see if any designer are interested building it (or chase down a designer who already did).My goal is to let other folks enjoy your awesome projects and appreciate your work. You'll also be able to make some money with your hobby, too. All feedback is appreciated!To get you thinking, a few projects I've seen around or think people might find cool; 'IRC client in an altoids tin', Music Visualizer, C64 wiimote baseball bat, LED stock ticker, Homemade portable MP3 player, POV clock / 3d display, Guitar Hero kit, LED lighting system, 3d printer, Parking assistant, SIM card reader, Metal detector, GPS logger / tracker, Balancing Robot, Remote Camera recorder, PS/2 Keylogger... Whatever! At this point, I don't need completed projects, just an idea of what they are and the Bill of Materials.The only way to make this project viable is to limit the inventory depth. By submitting projects now, I'll be able to build an inventory that will best support your ideas.The website is www.gadgetgangster.com. Thanks in advance,Nick

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