Magic Wand

The command of the Nintendo Wii console has become a super-tool that can be used to help autistic children or control robots.

Properly adjusted, the command of the Nintendo Wii console has become a super-tool that can be used to help autistic children or control robots. The Wiimote, in the main control of the Wii, is a pump technology that costs only forty euros and is being used by many scientists to develop their own creations. What got more fame is a researcher from Carnegie Mellon University who developed several pioneering technologies using the Wiimote. Such as the Wii Heal Tracking, which detects the movement of the head of the user. Read more (pdf).