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Real life Magic Wand for your TV Answered

The coolest TV remote ever!

The "World's First Magic Wand," can now be yours. This universal remote comes with a built-in accelerometer which allows it to perform "13 magical functions" with which to amaze your friends. In fact, it works with IR sensors to engage with almost any device that can be remote controlled.

Too good to be true? Check out the Kymera Magic Wand's charmingly addictive website and order yours today! Supplies are limited, so don't delay.

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devinda

8 years ago

how much does it cost

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Adum24

8 years ago

I want one of these.

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ReCreate

9 years ago

Hmmm...it may be a little hard to clone this with an arduino...Maybe an arduino nano would work...

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aaroneReCreate

Reply 9 years ago

I don't think you'd even need a full Arduino. A small AT mega with just a few pinouts for the accelerometers would be enough. You may even be able to get Arduino to run on an ATTiny, or something like that.

I think with some creativity, this could be a lot bigger. I saw Microsoft put in a patent for something similar to this a few months back. I expanded on it myself, and I think with a host computer and the proper wireless connections, you could turn lights on and off, manage the radio, television, so on and so forth.

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Sandisk1duo

9 years ago

We need Ladyada to make a clone!

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Molten BoronSandisk1duo

Reply 9 years ago

I HEREBY SUMMON FORTH LADYADA LEVEL NINE THOUSAAAAAAAAAAND!!! USE YOUR REVERSE-ENGINEERING ATTACK +7!
I love having her around.

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Gamer917

9 years ago

Finally a Universal Wiimote!!!!!!!!!!!!111111!!!!!one1!!!!!!!!

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aeromancy

9 years ago

I remember seeing something similar to this that lets you see movies and TV shows from Hulu, Netflix, etc. for free....I just can't remember the link :-(

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DJ Radio

9 years ago

So it's basically a more compact wiimote?

=P

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GoodhartDJ Radio

Reply 9 years ago

or maybe a more limited universal remote of the kind like the mini universal controller sold at Think Geek.