Glow-In-The-Dark Wiimote?!

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by [M]artin, Dec 3, 2006.

  1. [M]artin
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    Check it out HERE
     
  2. kingeightsix

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    that's pretty nifty... you'd need something like that when you play in the dark with the wii
     
  3. [M]artin
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    Perfect for survival horror games on the Wii... (Resident Evil Chronicles, anyone?) [​IMG]

    I never play a survival horror game without first turning out all the lights and cranking up the volume! [​IMG]
     
  4. santakuroosu

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    More like "people of all ages from 3 to 8".
    And who doesn't have enough sensitivity to know where their hands are and what are they doing in the dark without some kind of visual aid?
     
  5. NetixRiqua

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    pretty nice [​IMG] if the WII here wasnt half a thousand bucks.. i would definetly buy this too...
     
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    ... the wii isn't half a thousand. the wii is a quarter of a thousand.
     
  7. ediblebird

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    it is nice to see your wii when you're playing with it in the dark [​IMG]
    sorry i had to.
     
  8. The Teej

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    Different country...duh.

    And, as long as it doesn't interfere with the sensors...
     
  9. Veho

    Veho The man who cried "Ni".

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    Will it be the usual "glow in the dark" plastic, or made with sparkly LEDs? I hate the way "regular" glow-in-the-dark plastic fluorescence fades away after 10 minutes... (Or was it phosphourescence? I can never remember [​IMG] )

    Anyway, be it fluorescent plastic or LEDs, it won't interfere with the sensors, because all the actual sensors are on the Wiimote, and the Wiimote can't see itself. The light from other Wiimotes would be a lot dimmer than the light of the "sensor" bar, I think, so that two glowing Wiimotes wouldn't interfere with each other.
     
  10. xflash

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    meh this sounds as stupid as those !beat earphones that glow with the beat of the music lol
     
  11. Veho

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    ...your point being... ?