:for the neutral X and Y stick values and the neutral X, Y, and Z accelerometer values (the reason X and Y are different may be that I didn't hold the Nunchuck correctly horizontal). If there is a default value in the Wii SDK that all games use it could be plausable that it never sends any calibration data. It seems unlikely however, I would want to confirm that it behaves the same way on the real hardware and with regular games before I'm certain that it actually doesn't tell anyone about its neutral values and calibration. -- [[User:John Peterson|John Peterson]] 01:33, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
Nyko Kama works: I was able to add support for the Nyko Kama to my python test script (WIP). It seems that the Nyko requires encryption keys to be set up and needs the data reporting mode to be set AFTER writing to the registers. My initialization sequence looks as follows: write 0x55 to a400f0, write 0x00 to a400fb, write encryption key (16 bytes) to a40040 (in 3 packets of 6/6/4 bytes), set data reporting mode to 0x37.
For me, buttons are reported correctly, but the joystick values do not seem to be correct. Do I need to decrypt the values!?
--[[User:Andyboeh|Andyboeh]] 23:41, 19 April 2009 (UTC)
== Tilt Sensor ==