This project aims to provide a lightweight and easy to use library for interfacing with the Wii Remote.
Applications that demonstrate the use of the library and the Wii Remote have also been developed.
The Wii Library is written in C#, and allows an application to access the functionalities of the Wii Remote without having to know any of the low level details involved in this process.
Based on the ideas and work done by Johny Lee from Carnegie Mellon University and Brian Peek from Microsoft.
These applications are currently in development.
- Wii Mouse: control the mouse cursor with the directional keys, and right/left click with the A and B buttons
- Wii Player: MP3 player that can be remotely controlled by the Wii Remote
- Wii Keyboard: A dynamic virtual keyboard that can replace a real keyboard, useful in situations dealing with screens projected on a surface
Note: the website is still under developement. Detailed project descriptions and screenshots will be updated in a few weeks.
For now, feel free to browse the sourceforge project page for the SVN code and the application downloads.