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mirror glitch for wii sports

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by dja11101995, Dec 7, 2006.

  1. dja11101995

    dja11101995 I am the Time Alpaca

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    you can do this by :using duct tape or something strong, place a mirror next to your sensor bar (facing you, with a slight tilt towards you). Then place a mirrior (on a table or something) in front of you, facing the tv. It essentially doubles any motion you make. However, this doubling is so fast, that the Wii recognizes it as one motion. So a pitch of 100 would go to 200 mph. However, there seems to be a software issue with Wii sports, that MORE than doubles the value. Thus, my pitches that are usually 90, end up in the 230s usually. (only for pitching on baseball)
     
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    Darkside7000 Luke Perry for President!

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    As opposed to pitching for Tennis.
     
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    dja11101995 I am the Time Alpaca

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    :cornut: ok
     
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    Darkside7000 Luke Perry for President!

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    You sure like that emoticon.
    :cornut: :cornut: :cornut: :cornut: :cornut: :cornut:
     
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    How the hell does someone come up with this stuff? What would possess them to put a mirror in front of the sensor bar? :scared:
     
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    Darkside7000 Luke Perry for President!

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    MorningStar I like my Wii Wii

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    ummmmm well u get drunk and u turn on the Wii with its pretty light and BOOM INSTANT STUPIDITY!!
     
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    dja11101995 I am the Time Alpaca

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    I really hope nobody reads this and believes it to be true.
    IF however you do, try to remember folks that the sensor bar only tracks pointing (i.e. choosing menus in wiisports, or aiming the bow in Zelda).
    If you don't believe me, start up any game in wii sports, and unplug your sensor bar.
     
  10. MorningStar

    MorningStar I like my Wii Wii

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    have u tried it? NO! its just like a remote sensor on a tv u can throw the beam around like with anything reflective... so yes unless u try it you wouldn't know....
     
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    Prez Señor Prez

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    you're tv remote sensor doesn't sense motion, just button clicks.
    so you kinda just proved the argument against you right, thanks.
     
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    MorningStar I like my Wii Wii

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    *EdiT*
     
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    Xanthan Hardcore Gamer

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    Sensor bar

    The sensor bar doesn't actually sense anything, it merely puts out a infared pulse. The wiimote senses this infared field and moves the pointer according to its relative position. This is why candles placed infront of your TV allow you to play with the "sensor bar" unplugged. The sensor bar sends no signals to the Wii, that cord is merely to power the infared beacons.
     
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    true story
     
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    Also, pitching in no way uses the infrared beacons. It uses the accelerometers in the Wiimote, and no amount of mirrors would affect them.
     
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    dja11101995 I am the Time Alpaca

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    i got this from a disscushin from gamefaqs.com ok:mad2:
     
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    omg your so right
     
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    sounds false, fastest pitch wii sports has registered is 94mph, you can acheive it every time by holding the wiimote back with your hand over the top, then releasing it
     
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    dja11101995 I am the Time Alpaca

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