EVOtainment System brings emulation greatness to the HTC EVO on a Wiimote

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    EVOtainment System brings emulation greatness to the HTC EVO on a Wiimote


    In a world full of cheap, plastic Wiimote accessories, aisles that overflow with flimsy little steering wheels for Mario Kart, one man found purpose. One man found something good to do with them. One man created the ridiculous contraption you see above. That man is Jack Malone, crafter of this the so-called EVOtainment System. It's a Wii racing wheel from Nerf that's been drilled out and augmented to enable a Classic Controller to join the party, backed with a strip of 3M Dual Lock. Up top a universal GPS mount clings desperately on to his HTC EVO, which connects over Bluetooth to the Wiimote. It's emulatory bliss in a design that's only a little bit less chunkier than the Game Gripper.




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    Slap that puppy onto an X with the hacked HDMI output and, well, I'm thinking awesomesauce. :D
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    That would be tight on he x! What are you guys doing lurking the evo forum?

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    Wow that thing is ridiculous! lol. I guess it works pretty well though...

    And yay for Mario 64

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    What's the "x"?

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    At the time I was referring to the Droid X.
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