applications for education and assistive technology

Feb 16, 2011 at 3:12 PM

I believe the Wiimote will offer better performance and an easier programming model for specific applications, such as educational software and AT.

I like this managed library because it is simple to learn and it works.

I encourage developers to think of innovative ways your wiimote and extensions can be used to help disabled people, people with limited ranges of motion, special needs students, etc.

It is a form factor that is very engaging for children with limited attention spans.

For older students, it can help them learn things like physics (ex: measure the acceleration when dropping a wiimote).

Let's run with what we have and not let the market dictate how we solve our users' problems.

Feb 16, 2011 at 3:14 PM

(This message was intended to be a reply to the discussion below: viability of the wiimote