Chris Daioglou, the Greek hardware developer that created the DreamConn wireless Bluetooth controller for the Dreamcast, also released a bluetooth wireless lightgun called the LightConn. This uses the Wii sensor bar and the Wii controller camera, the latter of which is included inside the gun itself, in order to play lightgun games on high definition television sets.
It has an internal VMU menu for settings and calibration, with settings saved internally in the gun. Like the DreamConn, the LightConn has a built-in lithium battery with a 3 hour battery life, and uses mini-USB to charge. It also has internal memory that represents two VMU units, and supports a rumble pack, which can be inserted in the VMU slot. It has a VGA pass through adapter, and only VGA support is enabled, as it doesn't work with composite output. It was first announced on November 29, 2016 and was released on January 15, 2017.