13 thoughts on “Wii nunchuck controlled servo bot

  1. this isn’t a ‘bot’, it is a remote controlled vehicle. It isn’t autonomous in any way that I can see. Really cool hack though…so i guess the nunchuck controller really does have a good use.

  2. You could just use a an adapter to make the nunchuck wireless. They’re battery powered and only cost $15-20 at Gamestop or wherever.

  3. awesome. it’s amazing how good the accelerometers in the nunchuck are, especially for a $20 device. i wish there were more wii games out there that fully used the nunchuck’s motion sensing abilities.

  4. man. i’m not a troll or anything, but, been there, done that. i used a xbee link. put it all in the ‘chuck. gotta start publishing my stuff. anyhows, today, i put that granular arduino synth into the ‘chuck with acelerometer and joystick controll. really neat. just dont say i’m not the first. ;)

  5. I did a project for school last spring that used a pic to read the nunchuck data and send wirelessly to another pic to control a robot. Check out linx technologies rf products, very easy to use. Ill see if I can upload the project presentation files and pictures to a server so I post a link to the info.

  6. a lot easier than blue tooth and cheaper too is to get a wireless nunchuk. They cost like $13-$25 and have about the same range. you could probably even hack it for farther range.

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