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Clicker HID/Bluetooth profile

What HID profile does the clicker use? Is it just left mouse and scroll? I am wondering what profiles/inputs I would need to replicate if I was to make my own secondary input device. Is the clicker documented somewhere?


  • Alec_HAlec_H ✭✭
    edited July 2016

    Here is some clicker documentation here. Also the clicker can be used to scroll and navigate so there is a gyroscope in it. As it stands the Hololens doesn't support all bluetooth devices so you maybe unable to make your own at this time.

  • mwwhitedmwwhited
    edited July 2016
    That information is useless. 'click' and gyro/accelerometer don't say what hid profile or report is used. Guess I can hook it up to a real computer and reverse engineer their protocol. (It would be nice if it just worked as a mouse or gamepad but I'm sure it's a new non-standard profile.
  • mwwhited have you figure out the clicker HID profile?

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