» WiiSpray Teaser of Final Presentation

In this video you can have a short look into the final diploma presentation of WiiSpray 2nd edition on March 25th 2009 at eWerk with a small audience. Remember – this is only Nintendo Wii technics and Flash!

WiiSpray Teaser from Martin Lihs on Vimeo.

Video recorded by Maria Jesus, final editing by Neonaut.


if vimeo won‘t work youll find it also on youtube
WiiSpray Teaser

» Bluetooth & Wiimote on OS X

My suggestion for WiiMote Mac!
if you don‘t wanna go crazy: forget the internal bluetooth adapter on a MacBook Pro. It crashes many times because it doesn‘t provide the full bluetooth 2.0 EDR range | speed.
My suggestion: Hama Nano. (works without any driver).

» Wii Spray – Thesis & Documentation

cover index page28-29

page38-39 page66-67 page124-125

Wii Spray - Thesis & Documentation – a Book with 196 PAGEs
(sorry only GERMAN! )

» Wii Spray-server 0.2


Now finaly the Wii Spray-server is  done!
In fact that we need more and particular different funktions,
we had to wrote an own Server.
He based basically on Open source version of the Wii Flash-server
for OS X by Alan Ross, plus the two libraries WiiRemoteJ and BlueCove .

more after the 25th. of march

» Wii Spray 2nd edition

Wii StehendWii EinsetzenWii Spray front

ColorTableWii Akku


» Designed for regular use with the Nintendo Wii and for the
three Dimensional interaction concept of Wii Spray.

» A real add-on for the Wii, just plug the Wii Remote in the
Wii Spray Can and start!

» Buttonless design, easy use for left-and-right-handed persons. 
Wii Spray uses an input interface similar to the Montana donut system.

» Pressure sensitive valve, up to 128 Values.

» Up to 128 different caps - inexpensive technology (less than 40 cent)
and build to resist!

» Interactive color display with the possibillity to show
the color level in six steps! just in case…

» USB port for charging the battery and load the latest firmware.

» the Wii Spray 2nd  edition controller is able to sense its distance to the wall you are spraying on.


thanks to Jens Hauspurg!

© Martin Lihs 2007-2009