- Title: WiiKey
- Description: Takes input from a connected WiiMote and simulates a key press on the system.
- File size: 1.69MB
- File link: Download from DropBox
- Screenshot: [OLD]Click here
This is my first stable program in my opinion, it will allow you to use WiiMote input throughout your system. For example, playing games, controlling your music, etc.
All you need to do is connect your Wii Remote to your computer then run the program. Providing your Wii controller is connected correctly, it should rumble and the LED should be set to the first light. If this happens, then success! You've only one more thing to do.
In the upper right of the window there is a circle, if you click this the program will set up the keys to press based on your next 10 key strokes. When this is done, you can go ahead and use another program with the use of the Wii remote. Don't worry, your settings are saved automatically when the program closes.
When you're done, simply click the circle in the bottom right to disconnect the WiiMote and close the program. Note: This does not disconnect the WiiMote from your computer, just closes the connection with the program. You need to do this yourself.
How to connect your WiiMote to your computer
To do list:
- Enable multiple remotes
- Enable motion tracking (I just don't know what I could do with it... mouse control?)
- Upgrade the GUI
Any and all criticism is welcome.
Edited by AndrewB, 10 May 2011 - 09:37 AM.