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    wii Balance Board Hacks

    Cool things coming out to do with your Wii Balance Board:


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    scam lol, does the balance board have a weight limit ? lol just a question.. when are they gunna invent the wii gloves and boots for real interaction simulation...

    looks good!
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    Yes, I believe the limit for the US version is 330lbs...

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    Ca Balance Board to PC

    I'd like ot use the balance board to control forward/ backward and left/right of a program we wrote.
    1. Is it legal to write code to interact with the Balance board?
    2. Is an API available for Windows?
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    I was thinking about how using the balance board to control movement in a game could work. The main problem being that the board is always detecting your weight position as the video shows and the character is always moving. What they need to do is combine the controls with the nunchuk or wiimote so that the character doesn't move unless, say for instance, the Z button is being held down. Perhaps the board could just control the camera angle while the character is in idle mode?

    Just my two cents. I can't wait to see how developers use the board in games. Especially Tony Hawk.

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    Is there any other probably good games coming out for the balance board than Skate?

    Feels like nothing interesting has come during these four months...

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    we should be able to use the board for an SSX version made for the balance board...

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    hrmm... so what if I am 331lbs and really wanted the wii fit to lose pounds. Wonder if I get my money back if I weight too much and actually broke it.

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    woah so much great manipulation of nintendo stuff

    first was the wiimote, now this?
    lets keep pushin the limits

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteamBoat View Post
    hrmm... so what if I am 331lbs and really wanted the wii fit to lose pounds. Wonder if I get my money back if I weight too much and actually broke it.
    haha gl on that.. take a job before using it lolz jp

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