April 21, 2008

Wiimote Hacks + Photoshop

Photographer* Mike Hill passed along a link to crafty hacker Johnny Lee’s hacks to enable, among other things, whiteboarding on the cheap in Photoshop, thanks to a modified Nintendo Wii controller.  PS is shown only in passing, but it’s still fun to see.

This of course makes me think of the Flash-based, Wiimote-powered multi-user painting system created by BLITZ Agency for Adobe MAX last year (details).  It may sound frivolous, but I still like to get my little wheels turning about how to cross-pollinate this kind of Web-flavored coolness with our desktop apps.  I still want creation experiences that can feel more like this, and less like poking sliders and knobs.

* and creepily faithful Michael McDonald imitator

Posted by John Nack at 10:05 PM on April 21, 2008

Comments

  • Ann Arbor Web Site Design — 3:57 AM on April 22, 2008

    There is so much to learn. Photoshop is such an amazing software. There is never an end to learning what you can achieve with it. Johnny is great at what he does. I actually found some more great videos with him sharing great info.

  • Alexander Hopstein — 7:12 AM on April 24, 2008

    I love the 3D demo, amazing how the effect works just by tricking the mind so that even without any special equipment everybody can see the 3D effect, this is great!

  • Nettisivut — 2:27 AM on March 05, 2010

    Yeah, Adobe is amazing. I’ve been studying lots of things about it and allways it surprises me. Thats nice video you have put there.

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