285w ago - Mike Sylvester over at Wiifanboy has been experimenting with glovepie scripting to come up with a way of using your wii wheel and fit board to control your favorite racing sims on the PC.
Click the link up top to read more and access the scripts or check out the videos below. Pretty cool stuff.
To quote: This is a test of how the Wii Balance Board and Wii Wheel are working as game controllers through GlovePIE and PPJoy. This is the basis for the Wii Racing Xperiment.
In the second video, the Wii Balance Board and Wii Wheel are used to play the PC version of Need for Speed ProStreet. GlovePIE and PPJoy are used for controller emulation with full analog steering, braking, and throttle.
286w ago - There's no doubting that Wii Fit has helped many a gamer get back into shape since its release, but a new poll by woman-only insurance firm Sheila's Wheels has discovered that users of the software have caused upwards of £20 million GBP damage to their homes whilst exercising on the Balance Board.
Nearly one in five of the 1,000 women polled admitted to causing accidents while using Wii Fit, including bumping into furniture, smashing flowerpots, banging their heads and of course, pulling muscles.
A whopping 86 per cent of those surveyed said that they either already owned Wii Fit or planned on buying it. See? We told you Wii Fit was a risk to your health. :P