Using the wii remote with the PC.

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by beegee7730, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. beegee7730
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    Well I have ordered a bluetooth USB adaptor for my PC mainly so that I can use my Wii remote/nunchuck/classic controller with my PC, though I seem to have difficulty finding a guide for how to do it.
    Looking around has shown similar threads to this one with very little replies, and I decided to make my own.
    How do you connect/use your Wii remote with your PC, and what functions can it use?
    Thank you muchly.
     
  2. Dodi

    Dodi GBAtemp Regular

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    Hey. I've used my Wii Remote with my PC before.
    I mainly used it for playing Zelda and Mario Kart on a emulator. [​IMG]
    With the bluetooth adaptor you should get the driver and software CD.
    Thats the software I used to connect the Wiimote with the PC.

    I also used the sensor bar, but I think there's a script for glovepie for that.
    You can download Glovepie here:
    http://carl.kenner.googlepages.com/glovepie_download

    Oh and I think it comes with scripts already. [​IMG]
     
  3. beegee7730
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    Thanks, im mainly gonna be using it with emulators and stuff but if wiimote support works, ill use it with FPS' [​IMG].
     
  4. Neversoft

    Neversoft GBAtemp Regular

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    Does the PC/GlovPie support the sensor bar as well? Obviously the Wii one wouldn't be powered so I could buy one of those Wireless ones (I often use the PC on the TV for movies etc, would be great if I could use the Wii remote instead of my phone over Bluetooth for moving the mouse etc [​IMG])
     
  5. beegee7730
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    Just use a IR light.
     
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