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| licence    = GPL
 
| licence    = GPL
 
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This is an application that makes the Wiimote rumble. When you press +, the Wiimote rumbles, and when you press -, the Wiimote stops rumbling.
 
This is an application that makes the Wiimote rumble. When you press +, the Wiimote rumbles, and when you press -, the Wiimote stops rumbling.
 
==What This Is Going to Do==
 
==What This Is Going to Do==
* Support 4 Wiimotes
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* <s>Support 4 Wiimotes</s>
 
==About==
 
==About==
 
Rumbler is my 2nd homebrew application, and I have decided to share it with the world. I hope people adapt my code and use it on their own projects. I didn't find an example as simple as this when I was trying to figure out how to make the Wiimote rumble.
 
Rumbler is my 2nd homebrew application, and I have decided to share it with the world. I hope people adapt my code and use it on their own projects. I didn't find an example as simple as this when I was trying to figure out how to make the Wiimote rumble.

Revision as of 12:02, 14 October 2010

Rumbler
General
Author(s)RTM
TypeDemo
VersionRelease Candidate
LicenceGPL
Links
Download
Source
Peripherals
Wiimote1.svg

What This Does

This is an application that makes the Wiimote rumble. When you press +, the Wiimote rumbles, and when you press -, the Wiimote stops rumbling.

What This Is Going to Do

  • Support 4 Wiimotes

About

Rumbler is my 2nd homebrew application, and I have decided to share it with the world. I hope people adapt my code and use it on their own projects. I didn't find an example as simple as this when I was trying to figure out how to make the Wiimote rumble.