The Wii Remote now has a new application in the real world. The U.S. Military is experimenting with using the Wiimote to control a bomb-defusing robot. The idea is that this new method will make bomb disposal safer.
Sure wish I could get a chance to play with it:although I'd probably get hurt.
Implications - Video games allow players to leave reality and enter fantasy worlds, but perhaps they should be viewed as a source for concepts that can be applied to real world innovation -- such as this remote for diffusing bombs. Inspiration can come from the most unexpected of places, and the virtual world of games is just one of those places.
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