Bluetooth driver connects phones to Wiimote

"WiiConnect" was designed for S60 handsets.

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School projects can be a helluva lot of fun, especially if they involve world domination with Nintendo's Wiimotes. We've read about these things whacking innocent TV screens due to overly enthusiastic gamers, and here's one more reason to do so.

A team at the University of Applied Sciences in Hagenberg, Austria, has developed a Bluetooth driver called "WiiConnect" to pair the S60 3rd Edition phones to the Wiimote. You can tell these guys are serious about what they are doing. They even have a motorcycle game to make use of the 3D accelerometer and rumble features of the controller!

Just how much will all these cost? Nothing. And we're not kidding.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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