A Wii Remote, a Game Engine, Five Sensor Bars and a Virtual Reality Theatre
The Nintendo Wii Remote is having a huge impact on the computer games industry. This paper describes a project which is integrating this controller into a game environment in a multi-wall virtual reality theatre. Aspects considered include interaction taxonomies of the Wii controller, the extension of driver software to have the Wii controller deal with multiple Sensor Bars at once, and the porting of the game engine into the virtual reality theatre.
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|Source:||Proceedings of OZCHI 2007|
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