Criag Barrett then went on to show a number of innovators and their new ideas. First up showed how the Nintendo Wii’s remote game controller can be adapted to control a computer on a screen, which might be key for developing white boards on a very small budget. Johnny Chung Lee, who developed the 'hack, showed a demo using the technology that impressed the audience and performed 'multi-touch' that allowed him to pivot a 3-D image on the electronic white board. To sum things up his free software along with a Nintendo Wii remote and some Radio Shack parts and you can have a white board for just $50. Johnny Chung Lee used dry erase markers with the guts pulled out and infrared LEDs dropped in to do the presentation.
Article Title: Intel IDF 2008 - Opening Keynote Highlights
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