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  1. I'm installing my Wii into a vehicle as an entertainment system. Not so much for Wii games that require motion, as that isn't very practical in a moving vehicle, but for emulator games, videos (thanks WiiMC!) and perhaps some Wii games that don't require a sensor bar (rayman, mario kart, etc). I was considering building a Raspberry Pi for the project, but it turns out a Wii is better suited, believe it or not! It already has the proper RCA ports and wireless controllers, and with the help of homebrew it does all the things I'd make the Pi do. The problem is the interface is lacking- the standard Wii menu relies on point and click with the sensor bar, and all the custom launchers including HBC seem to get close but not quite the way I'd imagine my ideal UI for a car to be. They get close, but I understand that most of them were not written for what I have in mind. I studied CompSci in college but haven't coded anything substantial in over a decade. I'm not sure if I'm getting too ambitious here, but I feel like making a simple custom launcher app that I can set to boot from priiloader shouldn't be terribly difficult. But I'm also realizing that I have no idea where to even start. Is the Homebrew community still alive?
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