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I have a soft spot in my heart for technology demos, especially when they’re put together by extremely enterprising nerds. In this Roomba hacking demo, a Japanese man uses Bluetooth technology to control his Roomba with his Wii Balance Board. The actual demonstration isn’t extremely impressive, […]

I have a soft spot in my heart for technology demos, especially when they’re put together by extremely enterprising nerds. In this Roomba hacking demo, a Japanese man uses Bluetooth technology to control his Roomba with his Wii Balance Board. The actual demonstration isn’t extremely impressive, but YouTube user longjie0723‘s enthusiastic hosting warrants giving him his own series on G4. Or, at the very least, a wacky Japanese game show.

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  1. This hack is genious! I used my mobile phone to control my roomba similar way.

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