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Screw sensors candles all the way

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Sam_Harris, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. Sam_Harris

    Sam_Harris ******

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    a video has popped on YouTube showing not only can you have a Wii without the sensor bar you can also use candles as a replacement pretty cool If you ask me what do you guys think
    [MEDIA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6paa4s8le10[/MEDIA]
    Go here if the video isn't working.
     
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    paintba||er WiiChat Member

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    I doubt it really works. Unless candles send out IR rays. And even if it did who is gonna put candles on their TV.
     
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    Kazz Hardware Modding Freak

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    scientifically speaking, light sends out IR rays no matter what. IR transmitters just transmit that one wavelength of IR light in a more concentrated state.
     
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    AdSlapme WiiChat Member

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    I already posted a thread about this, I did it and it works perfectly.
     
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    Kazz Hardware Modding Freak

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    according ot the times, this was posted before you.
     
  6. Sam_Harris

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    You may have made but after me xD anyway yeah it think its possible but it has to be in the dark so fellas don't go try it out
     
  7. pizzaluvr

    pizzaluvr world crown chimpokomastr

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    ima try this w/ a lighter
     
  8. Lethal

    Lethal Extreme Gamer

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    Actually you can unplug the sensor bar all together and wiimote will still work. No candles no nothin.
     
  9. Homesrfan

    Homesrfan ftw

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    The video isn't working for me... :(
     
  10. NateTheGreat

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    Could you elaborate? I've unplugged the sensor bar and I don't see the on-screen pointer at all.
     
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    Half Empty CHAD SMITH IS KING!

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    Me either :mad2:
     

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