Giant Miis: Wii gaming on a theater screen

Whether it’s a mod or a hack, we don’t quite know, but there’s no doubt that it’s sweet. Jon Peck and some of his friends decided to commandeer a movie theater for their personal round of Wii gaming – 344 inches of screen, one Wii sensor bar hack, a whole lot of space, and no fear of a broken television from a flying Wiimote.

Best of all, he put up a little how-to for people who want to use the sensor bar hack he adapted from Doctabu. With the hack costing less than 20 dollars, it’s a good excuse to make friends with movie ushers just for the shot at playing Wii Tennis on a giant screen. Just remember, you’ll need some engineering know-how, really good social skills (to get approval from theater managers), and possibly a job at a movie theater if you want to pull something like this off. Enjoy the video!

Whether it’s a mod or a hack, we don’t quite know, but there’s no doubt that it’s sweet. Jon Peck and some of his friends decided to commandeer a movie theater for their personal round of Wii gaming – 344 inches of screen, one Wii sensor bar hack, a whole lot of space, and no fear of a broken television from a flying Wiimote.

Best of all, he put up a little how-to for people who want to use the sensor bar hack he adapted from Doctabu. With the hack costing less than 20 dollars, it’s a good excuse to make friends with movie ushers just for the shot at playing Wii Tennis on a giant screen. Just remember, you’ll need some engineering know-how, really good social skills (to get approval from theater managers), and possibly a job at a movie theater if you want to pull something like this off. Enjoy the video!

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