This is incredibly technical, and I have to admit I don’t really understand how it all works, but it looks pretty sweet. The link is thanks to Ian A. Walker, who explains, “Apple puts a 3D motion sensor in its laptop hard drives, so it can lock them to protect from damage in falls, jerks, hits, and vibration. People have found all sorts of interesting “unofficial” uses for that sensor including…a seismograph, a light saber sound generator, and a Marble Madness game that you play with tilt control.”
Emily gets honors as the first embedded YouTube clip on LD. Nice job.
I’d like a labyrinth-style game with this.. would be sweet.