Seniors strike it rich with Wii bowling

By Sam Lucero | The Compass | June 17, 2010

Our next issue of The Compass will include a Senior Life section. One of the stories we’re featuring is about a Wii bowling league at Felician Village in Manitowoc. Our correspondent Rachel Gretzinger interviewed some of the senior Wii bowlers.

(In case you’re not familiar with Wii, it’s a game console that is plugged into a television set. Bowlers use a handheld device to replicate the motion of releasing a bowling ball. At the same time they can view their Wii character on the screen tossing the bowling ball.)

To help illustrate the story, I visited Felician Village on Wednesday to take photos of the bowlers. Here are a couple of photos from the bowling league. Look for the complete story in next week’s Compass. In addition, look for our multimedia presentation on the Wii bowlers here on our Web site.

Wii remote controls

 

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