making any surface a writing space using the wii remote

Johnny Chung Lee, grad student in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, at TED 2008 shows how the Wii remote can be used for more than just swinging virtual bats:

For more of Lee’s hacks as well as the code, see his Wii projects page. More on making any surface a writing space:

Teaching with computers just got a whole lot more interesting. . . .

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One Response to making any surface a writing space using the wii remote

  1. Lee says:

    HA! I just got done watching this and then I see it on your blog. Amazing. This man is a genius.

    Check this one out if you have 16 1/2 minutes to kill. Very cool.

    http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/77

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