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December 18, 2011

The Wii in zero gravity?

Nintendo worked with NoveSpace to try out some Wii action in Zero-G. It´s a medical experiment to prove, how it feels to do things on a balance board without gravity. (German)
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October 22, 2011

Sooooo many Rainbow Roads

Rainbow Road has been one of the most iconic and loved (and fun) tracks of the Mario Kart series. But do you ever get to take a gander at all of them in one place? Well the guys over at modojo have got you covered. Head over to the link and check out their article on the many variations, as well as a track or two that took influence from them.

Click here to check it out.

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April 17, 2011

Impressions – XStylus Crayon

The XStylus crayon. I received this guy in the mail about a week ago and well, we got off to a bad start. I didn’t know if we were compatible with each other, but I’m glad to say we have spent a lot of time talking and have worked things out.

First off, I would like to let you all know that these are my impressions of a prototype of the XStylus Crayon. I haven’t noticed any changes to the final design yet, but know that it could change at anytime. Now on to my impressions!

Alright, the Xstylus Crayon…

What makes this stylus special is it’s ability to become both wider and longer through a simple movement. When extended, it has the [...]

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April 6, 2011

What Happened to the Vitality Sensor?

June 2nd 2009 was an exciting day for all of us Nintendo fans. Why you ask? Quite simply because Nintendo had announced the Wii Vitality Sensor at E3, another peripheral that would play nice with your Wii console. You simply insert your finger into the device and it would then read your pulse and send that information back to the Wii for processing. They didn’t announce any specific applications that would use the new peripheral but hinted at using it for relaxation. Having no examples to inspire people,  very interesting uses had started to pop up  like increasing the intensity of a horror game if it didn’t see an increase in your BPM .  E3 2010 rolled around a [...]

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