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    Default [Req] Could the iPhone be used as a Bluetooth gyro mouse ?

    If Apple made an HID profile for bluetooth would you be able to use it like the wii-mote? Imagine the fun you could have...



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    I had this exact same thought yesterday that would be awesome!

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    We can't even get the A2DP profile! I seriously doubt we would be able to do anything advanced with the bluetooth. At least for now...

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    All of you are wrong,

    Look at this .........

    http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=ybQIcsPtahA

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    Clearly ur not paying attention to the topic. That clip u posted is just a normal VNC that control the pc wirelessly using WiFi. The TS meant using the iPhone like a Wii-mote over bluetooth. Do u know what Wii-mote is or how it functions? The touchpad program is not the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by frozzbyte View Post
    Clearly ur not paying attention to the topic. That clip u posted is just a normal VNC that control the pc wirelessly using WiFi. The TS meant using the iPhone like a Wii-mote over bluetooth. Do u know what Wii-mote is or how it functions? The touchpad program is not the same.
    actually, it shouldn't be too hard to link the accelerometer to that touchpad program and make it into a gyromouse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m0dafynyl View Post
    actually, it shouldn't be too hard to link the accelerometer to that touchpad program and make it into a gyromouse.
    It would just be hard as hell to make the mouse stop over the right icon using accelerometer. Atleast that's what I think...

    I would much rather get A2DP or OBEX than this function.

    But hey maybe I'm just thickheaded
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