Nintendo Wii

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Technology

 

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Evelyn M

 

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July 9, 2013

 

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The Wii controller is rectangular and slender, similar to a television remote control. It is wireless and, unlike the GameCube's WaveBird, features a built-in vibration function. The wand-like Wii controller senses three-dimensional motion -- up and down, back and forward, side to side -- allowing it to be aimed like laser pointer, wielded like a sword, swung like a baseball bat, cast like a fishing rod, and employed in other intuitive control schemes...
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The wand-like Wii controller senses three-dimensional motion -- up and down, back and forward, side to side -- allowing it to be aimed like laser pointer, wielded like a sword, swung like a baseball bat, cast like a fishing rod, and employed in other intuitive control schemes. For use with games requiring conventional analog input, a thumbstick accessory, with trigger, can be plugged in the bottom of the Wii controller, to allow more traditional, two-handed manipulation...
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