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Making sensor bar more accurate?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by ugtv.org, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. ugtv.org

    ugtv.org WiiChat Member

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    I'm sorry if this has been discussed before, but I'm wondering if there is a way to make the sensor bar better reflect where I am pointing at the screen.

    I'm using a projector rather than a conventional TV, and where I point the Wii mote is completely different than where the hand shows up. The movement is smooth, just about 2 feet lower than where I would expect it to be. I tried the suggestion here :
    http://www.davidhawley.co.uk/WiiSensorBar.aspx
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    http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/wii/file/930752/46680

    And bought a second sensor bar and moved them closer together, but nothing makes much of a difference. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. CARL0NGAS

    CARL0NGAS CodSemi-veteran/WiiHacker

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    maybe try changing the position of the sesnsor bar in the wii menu either above or below the "Tv"
     
  3. ugtv.org

    ugtv.org WiiChat Member

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    It's worse if you put it above the screen.
     
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    0078265317 WiiChat Member

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    The bar that comes with the wii is crappy. Replace it with a better wireless one. I got a psyclone pse6904 from target 20 dollars.
     
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    its not the sener bar, i can guarantee that. because you're using a projection screen, i suggest placing the bar at the bottom of the projection and working it from there. if you need to then place the bar in the projection. you'll get a weird effect at that spot but it should help in reading how you want it to.

    and my other suggestion is use a regular tv.
     

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