At NIWeek 2008, Barron Stone and Chetan Kapoor chose the Nintendo Wii to demonstrate using National Instruments technology to comprehensively test complex electronic systems. Nintendo Wii is a next generation gaming console that competes with the likes of Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony Playstation 3. In this demo, a Nintendo Wii was torn down to explore its inner operations and understand how PXI based systems can be used to comprehensively test its critical components. Various components such as the EEPROM on the Wii Remote, and Video and Audio output from the Wii console were tested using LabVIEW graphical programming language, and PXI based modular instruments.
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