C.K. of GlovePie fame — “a programmable input emulator that allows you to utilize speech as a joystick” — has created the first functional Wiimote driver for Windows-based systems. Download here. Video demonstration after the jump.

With an expected 4 million consoles in homes by next year and Bluetooth adapters retailing under 10 bucks, we might see one clever PC attempt to embrace a full solution in the box — a usb Bluetooth adapter and game kit under $50 can happen easily. A Wiimote supported game specifically for the PC is not only plausible, it would be brilliant. The buzz alone would sell the game

[via Destructoid]

C.K. of GlovePie fame — “a programmable input emulator that allows you to utilize speech as a joystick” — has created the first functional Wiimote driver for Windows-based systems. Download here. Video demonstration after the jump.

With an expected 4 million consoles in homes by next year and Bluetooth adapters retailing under 10 bucks, we might see one clever PC attempt to embrace a full solution in the box — a usb Bluetooth adapter and game kit under $50 can happen easily. A Wiimote supported game specifically for the PC is not only plausible, it would be brilliant. The buzz alone would sell the game

[via Destructoid]