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  1. spence13

    spence13 New Member

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    is it possible to turn the ipod touch into a wiimote

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  2. negamaki

    negamaki Member

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    Did you think about that question before you posted it..? No, my friend, never in a million years would the ipod be used
    as a wiimote. There is no wriststrap, buttons, or nearly any component in the wii remote that is similar to the ipod.
  3. prominator

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    never say never.
    you can send a wireless signal to a computer that thens sends it back to wii using bluetooth
    its hard but can be made
    for buttons= gui in itouch
  4. Joseph

    Joseph Retired Moderator

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    Lol, a $400 Wiimote, now that's awesome!
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    phischy New Member

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    even if you could get some results from this... it wouldn't be practical in the slightest bit.
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    jlb8soccer Member

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    @ prom, too bad the ipod touch doesn't have bluetooth, from what we understand.
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    FrostMan242 New Member

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    that would be cool! I don't thinknit will happen though
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    bobthehacker New Member

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    ipod touch does not have bluetooth, but it has wireless that can communicate with a computer that has bluetooth. but why would anyone go through all that trouble to play a dumb wii game?
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    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    The way that an Wiimote works is the sensor bar emits infrared light. A sensor on the wiimote tracks the movement of the light bar (which corresponds to your movement of the controller).

    The iPod would need an infrared receiver plus bluetooth to transmit the data back to the Wii.

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