I was able to get an Arduino board to read in data from a wii nunchuck. You can read the joystick, buttons and accelerometer data. Using the nunchuck is even cheaper than buying an acceleromter by itself.
Read wii nunchuck data into arduino | Windmeadow Labs – [via] Link.
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