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The Electrical Energy in a Wii Console

Created By None Other Than: Quentin Butler, Jr.

Quentin Butler

on 23 October 2012

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Transcript of The Electrical Energy in a Wii Console

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli The Electrical Energy Involved In Operating A Wii Console Turning On The Wii Console To activate a Wii, you must first plug in the attached plugged cord to trigger the power-on switch to operate the Wii. The energy in this is called electrical energy. Once In.... Once the plug is in the power socket, you must press the power-on button. The electricity stored here activates the game. Accessories You also need to plug in additional accessories like the sensor bar and the nunchucks. The sensor bar has sensory allowing the remote to click on menu items. Operating Remote In order to operate the Wii remote, place appropriate batteries into the remote. The batteries provide electrical energy to power the remote on and to become operational. Activating Images Next, you must plug in the multi-plugs into the television in order to show the images. I think the electricity flows into the television to power it. Finally, the electricity from the plug travels into the game system to power it. This then allows you to play the game and enjoy your Wii experience. Done By Quentin Butler
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