Johnny Lee’s (Wii Remote Hacker) at TED

Johnny Lee, whose amazing Wii Remote hacks – which turn the $40 device into a digital whiteboard, multi-touch display, and 3-D viewer – have been a massive hit on YouTube, was invited to speak at the TED conference. Watch and be amazed by what a brilliant mind can do with a child’s toy.

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11 Responses to Johnny Lee’s (Wii Remote Hacker) at TED

  1. That is very cool. I can't wait to try it and blow my boss away next week. Maybe even use it for our training sessions in a few days.

  2. That is very cool. I can’t wait to try it and blow my boss away next week. Maybe even use it for our training sessions in a few days.

  3. Strangely enough, I figured out that the possibilities for applications of the Wii remote were quite endless, but never have I had the "brilliant mind" to actually apply any of those, he he.

  4. Strangely enough, I figured out that the possibilities for applications of the Wii remote were quite endless, but never have I had the “brilliant mind” to actually apply any of those, he he.

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  6. I saw Johnny Lee's video and thought this guy was a genius. After viewing this video, I didn't realize how much has happened since then and more innovation that he's exposed. I admire that he lets people download and build on his research rather than try to sell it off or keep it to himself. He will be successful either way but will be remembered by encouraging the community. Cheers to Johnny

  7. I saw Johnny Lee’s video and thought this guy was a genius. After viewing this video, I didn’t realize how much has happened since then and more innovation that he’s exposed. I admire that he lets people download and build on his research rather than try to sell it off or keep it to himself. He will be successful either way but will be remembered by encouraging the community. Cheers to Johnny

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