I'm building an iBook version of this right now. The sensor bar itself, is just an array of LEDs constantly emitting IR according to the websites I've visited. And I'm using a USB Media Center receiver that I'm butchering for compatibility with the Apple Remote. The Remote (or rather software controlling it) determines is orientation via the accelerometers and it's trajectory according to the IR LEDs. So bluetooth sync is more important here rather than IR sync.
Loc: Florida, USA
From digging around and finding all kinda of neat things to use the wiimote for I got a nifty idea by having two gloves and go completely hands free. Yet theres the matter of the keyboard. Any voice rec programs for OSx?
Loc: Florida, USA
I'm tossing a iMac into the project. So this system will house two computers.
I have gotten the case 90% completed, just needs paint to finish it. The main system motherboard is acting strange so I might buy another sawtooth off of ebay. The LED matrix display is almost done and the power supply is ready for rewiring.
The reason why i'm adding the iMac is because I thought it would be neat and also it can be used as a file server, light game hosting (IE Quake series and Enemy Territory).
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