Pixart/Wiimote sensor library for Arduino

by Stephen Hobley on March 1, 2009

I just finished the first pass of the C++ object library for accessing the WiiMote/Pixart sensor from an Arduino. A simple example included with the library.

(With a quick appearance by my daughter…)

You do need to desolder the sensor and hook up a control circuit for I2C before you can use it. Like this.

The seeing Arduino type thing…

Just a first pass – all feedback greatly appreciated.

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Rupak August 3, 2013 at 1:38 am

Why does it say read() is not the member of the class when I compile my program in the arduino IDE ?

Lucas August 16, 2013 at 3:27 pm

I’m having a problem with the programming when I check before writing to the Arduino. The error that appears is:
“Class PVision has no member named ‘read’”
I do not know what can be done to fix this problem, and have not tried to save the program ignoring this error.
I wonder if there is any solution for this case.

Excuse any errors on my English is not my native language …

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