Small hotfix for the IR-Mouse version of HID Wiimote. I stupidly removed the Hardware ID from the .inf file, thinking the IR-Mouse doesn’t need it, because the “-TR” Wii Remote shares it with the Wii U Pro Controller.
Added it back to the .inf file and made a new package batch. When you want to use the newer Wii Remotes with the IR-Mouse driver, uninstall the old one and get the fresh packages from the download page.
Since the Wii U Pro Controller has the same Hardware ID as the newer Wiimotes, the IR-Mouse driver gets also loaded for the Wii U Pro Controller, although it doesn’t have an IR-Sensor.
Changes to IR-Mouse
- Hotfix for IR-Mouse to enable “-TR” Wii Remotes
I’ve finally finished the IR-Mouse Version of HID Wiimote!
With that driver you are able to control your mouse pointer by pointing your Wii Remote at your screen. You just need some kind of IR source with up to four points, but best is a Sensor Bar.
The input is slightly steadied but has therefore a small input delay. You can download the driver from the HID Wiimote page. If you are looking for the old DPad-Version you can find it here.
Additionally i made a small update to the Gamepad Version. I fixed a small issue, so the input state is reset when the connection to the controller is lost. You can get the update from the project site as well.
Next i am going to work on the XUSB communication, so i can create a XUSB/XInput Driver for the Wii U Pro Controller.
New IR-Mouse Version
- Tracks up to four IR-Points
- Interpolates with previous points to steady
- Therefore slight delay
Changes to Gamepad
- Input State is reset, when the connection is lost
It has been a while since the last update, but i didn’t had a lot of time in the last couple of months. Due to that this is just a minor update. I looked into the problem with the certificates and the driver signing. Unfortunately i wasn’t able to remove or avoid the necessary driver signature verification deactivation on 64bit systems. But at least i got Windows into loading my driver over the default one, so changing the driver each time should be gone now.
Additionally someone requested to have a driver to use the Wii Remote as mouse. I’ve made a special build, so the Wii Remote is recognized as mouse. You can move the mouse with the DPad, left and right click is on 1 and 2 and the middle mouse button is mapped to B. In the future i’m going to work on another build to control the mouse with the IR sensor, but this will take some additional time.
Last but not least someone other requested also to have Vista builds. So from now on i will provide Vista builds as well.
Get the newest version here, or the direct download directory
- Added another installer, so Windows will use HID Wiimote as default driver for the Wii Remote
- PDad-Mouse Build