If you're one of the fortunate teachers to have permanent access to a interactive whiteboard in your classroom, you'll know first hand of the many benefits that this tool has to the teaching/learning process.  Unfortunately it's the prohibitive cost that has slowed the rollout in most schools.Then something from left field comes along and you wonder how people think of these things.Nevertheless, the idea of having a interactive whiteboard in your classroom for the cost of a Nintendo Wii remote control and a few accessories, sounds very promising and exciting.