Hobbyist Blair Kelly has been working on a project called Arduino Wifly Mini, which takes a remote-controlled Mini Cooper, crams it full of cameras and has you controlling it with your choice of video game peripherals.

You can use either an Xbox 360 or PS3 pad, but the car also supports force feedback if you opt for Logitech's G27 wheel or F510 controller.

Best part is that there are multiple cameras, so in addition to being able to see out the front of the car, you can switch to looking out the sides, just like a real racing game. Only, instead of passing an Aston Martin, you can watch as you whizz past...your cat.

WiFi RC Car Has Camera and Force Feedback [MAKE]