edit:-OBSOLETE-[Not like the standard headtracking already easily available with TrackIR/Freetrack/etc. I'm talking about smooth-panning head tracking, which is unfortunately not currently supported in Condor using it's native infrared commands... but there is a way!]
Condor supports smooth panning using the computer's mouse, after doubleclicking and holding down the left button.
In summary, a Wiimote is a very powerful tracking tool, but in stock form was incapable of true 1:1 tracking as it was touted before release. Nintendo later released the Motion+ plug on accessory containing a 3 axis MEMS gyro, making it fully capable of living up to it's promise of true 1:1 tracking... By early 2010, GlovePIE http://glovepie.org/
has been able to support the Wiimote with the Motion+ module. http://glovepie.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=17
Anyone done it with Condor yet? What would be needed is to use Auto-HotKey to keep the left mouse button held on 'doubleclick', and use Glovepie running the Wiimote+ as an airmouse. In theory, this would at least allow smooth pan head tracking.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgfjwVvUuAw
-wiimote+ headtracking examplehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ikm_zQ__1w&feature=related
-wiimote+ airmouse example
edit: while this method is indeed a possibility for headtracking, I just figured out that the native IR does indeed support smooth panning so is not a practical solution without 6DoF headtracking being supported. Wow, to think... all this time!