Putting the Wii in Windows

These days, you can’t release anything technological without it being hacked, retrofitted and some new function drawn out of it.

The Bluetooth basis of Nintendo’s motion-sensing Wiimote control made it a prime candidate for retro-engineers, and they’ve already got it working on the PC. Fancy physically slashing your way through Half-Life 2, or strumming an imaginary instrument? Now you can.