Another interesting homebrew application by NoNameNo for the Nintendo Wii has surfaced for aspiring developers looking for tools to make tasks a lot easier. RgbRenderer, currently version 0.1 in its initial release, is rather useful since it allows users to draw simple lines and shapes with RBG color.
While the wealth of RgbRenderer's capabilities can sound complicated, lessons are available to take you by hand through what you can do with the app. To kick things off, you can fill the whole screen with any RGB color. Drawing a line or a rectangle is also possible, as well as display and move images.
NoNameNo stressed out that RgbRenderer v0.1 was made to aid those who are interested in coding on the Wii with RGB effects. The developer is open for contributions if you have primitive functions that can be added to the application, and all it takes is to send an e-mail. For now, we'll leave the download below.
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