Jun 16 2008Wii Fit Balance Board Hack Uses Movement To Explore Google Earth, World Of Warcraft


Tired of only playing Wii Fit on the balance board? Want to use it for something else? Well look no further.

A couple of guys from DFKI (the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence) took a Balance Board and connected it to a regular old laptop PC. A custom C# application communicates with the controller via Bluetooth, translating simple leaning movements on the board into 3D moves on the computer.

There's a video after the jump showing how they use the board to navigate Google Earth and World Of Warcraft. But if you can't watch videos at work the picture above gives you a pretty good idea of what it looks like: some geek humping an imaginary woman from behind.

Hit the jump for the demo video, and the slightly NSFW video of a chick playing the Wii Fit hula-hoop game in her underwear in case you've been Bin Ladening it up in a cave for the past month and haven't seen it yet. Note: Try your best to ignore the idiotic pantstain that's filming it, he's one ugly bastard.

wii fit balance board controls world of warcraft [technabob]

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Well, that was worth a minute of my time. Mmm....

"...some geek humping an imaginary woman from behind. "
LOL That was fantastic. I'm glad I had my office door shut.

others videos from wii fit girl


she┬┤s a kind of nasty girl



I think the second video proved more persuasive on the why and Now! of buying a wii-fit board.
I think the http://prewife.com will enjoy my new gift to her!

Uh, what just happened? Is it just me or is this probably the most colossal waste of time in the whole history of mankind?

Now I have a Wii FAT!

I think I could watch that.... alllllllllllllllllllllllll day. (The second one that is).

I want one

Hah, so cool - the second vid is nice but I think there are better ones on youtube... it became a bit of a phenomenon to record your GF after this, lol.

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