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Wiimote Server for Maya allows a Wiimote controller
and an optional nunchuck controller to communicate with Autodesk Maya.
It is a simple integration of the WiiYourself! library by gl.tter with Maya's built-in mocap server. Wiicam for Maya
is an accompanying mel script which sets up connections between a
Wiimote and a Maya camera. It allows the user to control a camera with
a Wiimote to simulate the look of a handheld camera. Users can capture
these movements for use in animation.