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My simple Wii Headset Concept.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by Vedelkin10, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. Vedelkin10

    Vedelkin10 Henshin A Go Go Baby!

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    Well now with great Photo Editing software, I have now created a realistic Example of what could be the Wii-Headset.

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    "Crap i forgot to add the mic, Well you get the picture x-x"

    Lol to clear things up the Headset Receives and sends information to the wii controller, Which works inbetween the Wii-Controller and the Nun-chuck, Then the information is sent through the Wii controller into the game,
     
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    lol nice drawing, but dont see how it would connect there, better off it being wireless dont you think?
     
  3. laderer5

    laderer5 Wii > Xbox360 +PS3

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    Where does the headset recieve power from?
     
  4. Vedelkin10

    Vedelkin10 Henshin A Go Go Baby!

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    Its in between the Nun-chuck and the wii controller, And wireless are exspencive :/, I would hope Nintendo would come up around something for 19.99 :/

    The power comes from the wii-controller <_<
     
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  5. LevesqueIsKing

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    I didn't understand at first, but I think I do now. The headset would plug into the wii-remote, but would have a splitter that the Nunchuk could plug into?

    Regardless, I think bluetooth would work better. The wii supports up to 7 bluetooth devices at one time.
     
  6. eskiemong

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    hmmm.....I don't know maybe a wireless USB receiver would be much better
     
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    exactly, the use opf the usb ports would work nicely
     
  8. Sovieto

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    a line drawn from the wiimote connector to a headset.


    genius.
     
  9. Desi_Wii_G

    Desi_Wii_G Welcome to the Good Life

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    I think that a Usb, bluetooth headset would be better. But that can work too, the problem is you would get mixed up in too many wires...
     
  10. Scott_F

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    Got to agree with you there; a wireless bluetooth reciever is the way forward!
     
  11. delta38

    delta38 Your such a wii-tard

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    mmm that drawing is funny, but a wireless headset that plugs into the USB would be the way to go, ide buy it even if i dont have a compatable game, ide buy it just for the sake of it untill i get one :)
     
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    I can see your point - since the Wiimote already communicates with the Wii via bluetooth it does make sense to make use of that functionality rather than having a standalone bluetooth headset - but I don't think having a headset wire connected to the Wiimote is a good idea. Wires could get caught/tangled as you move your arms around, and you might end up having the headset ripped from your head (depending on the type of headset, that could hurt a lot :p).
     
  13. Warrior

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    Nintendo, and other compnies have hinted that your idea (pictured) is exactly how the headset would be.

    This would be a decent concept. but two wires coming out of the wii-remote? we may end up hanging ourselves trying to beat our best scores on Mario Kart.

    I think the wireless bluetooth would be better, but i have NO objections to this design either.
     
  14. Secumfex

    Secumfex Ninja? I'm a Pirate! Yarr

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    Nice drawing skills. I would prefer a Bluetooth Headset better, simply because it's more comfortable. Like this for example:
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    The technology is there, it's just that Nintendo it pretty much too lazy to do the dishes.
     
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    ^I doubt it'd be in-the-ear. Nintendo already has a great prototype in the DS model and I wouldn't expect it to change all that much.
     
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    I had that idea too...

    Too many wires, so the splitter could still go inbetween the wiimote and nunchuk, but the headset could run off coin/watch batteries instead. :yesnod:
     
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    261311 The Man on Ice

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    I'd rather a wireless one with a few watch batteries running it. I find the Nunchuck wire annoying enough, there's no reason to add to that mess.
     
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    Damn! The batteries in the Wii-Remote are already drained fast enough. You might only be able to play online for about an hour before you have to charge your batteries again. I can't see this working. Good try though, and the pic looked nice for a drawing.:smilewinkgrin:
     
  20. Xaegoth

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    Well, if they were smart, they would make a wireless version and a wired version.

    That way people could get whatever their budget dictated.

    Wired version should go for about 14.99$ and wireless about 40$ (Bluetooth items aren't cheap).
     

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