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The Nintendo Wii remote, or Wiimote, is a handheld device resembling a television remote, but in addition to buttons, it contains a 3-axis accelerometer, a high-resolution highspeed IR camera, a speaker, a vibration motor, and wireless Bluetooth connectivity. This technology makes the Wii remote one of the most sophisticated PC-compatible input devices available today; together with the game console's market success, it's also one of most common. At a suggested retail price of US$40, the Wii remote is an impressively cost-effective and capable platform for exploring interaction research.
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