...some of the more interesting uses of the controller aren't part of Nintendo's official game library. Within weeks of Wii's November launch, videos were making the rounds on YouTube showing the controller used to move a PC's mouse cursor, play Half-Life 2 and even control a music synthesizer and drum machine.
Hackers quickly discovered that the controller was using standard Bluetooth signals for its wireless communication -- signals that were recognized, right out of the box, by personal computers equipped with Bluetooth receivers. Specifically, Windows PCs recognized the controller as a nonstandard human interface device, or HID.
using the wiimote to control the pc?? the wiimote might just become the new-age data glove that revolutionises how we interface with a PC!