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Zmotion Space Presenter Controls Like a Wii-Mote

by Paul Strauss
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This wireless presentation controller lets you remotely operate your Windows computer using a similar interaction to that of the Nintendo Wii-mote controller.

ZMotion Space Presenter

The ZMotion Wireless Space Presenter looks like a super-slim remote control, but does a lot more than just flip pages in a PowerPoint deck. Using internal sensors it can measure your movements along all 3-dimensions, tracking them on your computer screen. It’s bundled with software that lets you type on screen and use it just like a mouse too. Since the controller uses RF communication, you don’t need to point it directly at your computer either.

The ZMotion even includes a built-in laser pointer so you can highlight your presentation on the big screen. It can be found on Korea’s EarlyAdopter online shop for KRW 158,000 (appx. $170 USD) including a USB receiver dongle, charger cable and a nice carrying case.

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