Presenting creative use for a Wiimote #5124. This nifty robotic arm was created by students at the University of Michigan. See it in action after the jump.

…”features direct end effector control using the accelerometers, D-Pad, and a 50 LED sensor bar, unlike the other popular Wiimote Robot Arm (the one with the sword) which was controlled using pattern matching”.

[via engadget]

Presenting creative use for a Wiimote #5124. This nifty robotic arm was created by students at the University of Michigan. See it in action after the jump.

…”features direct end effector control using the accelerometers, D-Pad, and a 50 LED sensor bar, unlike the other popular Wiimote Robot Arm (the one with the sword) which was controlled using pattern matching”.

[via engadget]