WiiMote as Mouse.

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by ZeWarrior, Aug 3, 2007.

  1. ZeWarrior
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    ZeWarrior TheWarrior

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    Who else thinks it's fun to use the Wii mote as a Bluetooth mouse on a Mac? Kinda hard but hey with a little practice I'm good :\
     
  2. pinesal

    pinesal GBAtemp Regular

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    Doesn't the mac version use the sensor bar? I hope they make a windows version that does.
     
  3. ZeWarrior
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    Nope it uses Bluetooth The Sensor bar would be kinda awkward.
     
  4. pinesal

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    Actually, the sensor bar would make it work 100x better than the gyros,
     
  5. ZeWarrior
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    One problem though. How would we connect it [​IMG]
     
  6. shiftybill

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    umm bluetooth?

    or do u mean teh sensor bar?
     
  7. pinesal

    pinesal GBAtemp Regular

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    You just connect the sensor bar to the Wii. All that bar is, is two lights the only thing it needs to work is power.
     
  8. ZeWarrior
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    No really I mean Bluetooth. When I say Mouse I meant mouse on my Macbook Computer. The Sensor Bar wouldn't work >.
     
  9. Heran Bago

    Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    Glovepie users, this is what I use sometimes. It's a wiimote+ nunckuck setup that's nice for web browsing but not precise stuff like photoshop.

    CODE//Use the A-stick as a mouse!
    //Hold C for slow! Z for fast!
    //Crap script by Heran Bago
    var.x = 0.020*Wiimote1.Nunchuk.JoyX
    var.y = 0.025*Wiimote1.Nunchuk.JoyY
    if Wiimote1.Nunchuk.CButton
    var.x = var.x/2.5
    var.y = var.y/2.5
    endif
    if Wiimote1.Nunchuk.ZButton
    var.x = var.x*2.5
    var.y = var.y*2.5
    endif
    if Wiimote1.Nunchuk.JoyX > 0.5
    mouse.x = mouse.x + var.x
    elseif Wiimote1.Nunchuk.JoyX < -0.5
    mouse.x = mouse.x + var.x
    endif
    if Wiimote1.Nunchuk.JoyY > 0.5
    mouse.y = mouse.y + var.y
    elseif Wiimote1.Nunchuk.JoyY < -0.5
    mouse.y = mouse.y + var.y
    endif
    //Home and End
    Key.Home = Wiimote1.One + Wiimote1.Nunchuk.CButton
    Key.End = Wiimote1.Two + Wiimote1.Nunchuk.CButton
    //Clickin'
    Mouse.LeftButton = Wiimote1.A
    Mouse.RightButton = Wiimote1.B
    //WASD
    Keyboard.W and Keyboard.Up = Wiimote1.Up
    Keyboard.S and Keyboard.Down = Wiimote1.Down
    Keyboard.A and Keyboard.Left = Wiimote1.Left
    Keyboard.D and Keyboard.Right = Wiimote1.Right
    //Key assignments. Feel Free to change
    Keyboard.Esc = Wiimote1.Home
    Keyboard.PageUp = Wiimote1.One
    Keyboard.pagedown = Wiimote1.Two
    Key.VolumeUp = Wiimote1.Plus
    Key.VolumeDown = Wiimote1.Minus
    //Controls LEDs
    if Wiimote1.A or Wiimote1.B
    Wiimote1.Led1 = 1
    wait 500 ms
    Wiimote1.Led2 = 1
    wait 500 ms
    Wiimote1.Led3 = 1
    wait 500 ms
    Wiimote1.Led4 = 1
    wait 500 ms
    endif
    if Wiimote1.A = 0 and Wiimote1.B = 0
    Wiimote1.Led1 = 0
    Wiimote1.Led2 = 0
    Wiimote1.Led3 = 0
    Wiimote1.Led4 = 0
    endif
     
  10. pinesal

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    The sensor bar DOES work as a mouse on PC/Mac you just gotta find the right driver.
     
  11. Lukeage

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    My PC monitor is also my TV monitor (24" lcd) so the sensor bar is always on top of my screen anyway. All you need it a cheap usb bluetooth adapter and off you go.

    Can't say I've used it much since buying a 360 controller for my PC though.
     
  12. lowbelly

    lowbelly Newbie

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    yeah i use darwiin .5 with the sensor bar. it works great but too sensitive for extended use. my gyration is a much better solution.


    yeah and you have to leave your wii on so the sensor bar gets power.
     
  13. looneyboy784

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    I may be incredibly immature but LOL [​IMG]
     
  14. lowbelly

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    ...have you tried double clicking an icon with a wiimote? it's almost impossible to click and not drag the thing inadvertently.
     
  15. ZeWarrior
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    I agree though. It's very hard to double-click with a wii mote, it always drags :\