Ok now on to reverse engineering the shoes.
They expose 2 BT2 profiles, A2DP and SPP.
Which brings up the question, how the hell does this work on iOS?
I didn't think there was SPP/RFCOMM capabilities there?
@qdot oooh! This actually makes sense and sounds very cool. I sometimes get booked at algoraves and the VR things happening with that are rad. It would be extra nifty if Mozilla hubs or whatever could send commands directly to all the haptics. I feel like the buttplug.io guy may have insights on how to make it work. (He's on masto, but I have forgotten his user name here.)
(Using, uh, other haptics live coded in VR is the dream of the 90s and not in a good way.)
@qdot Googling I found https://www.serialio.com/faqs/whats-difference-between-bluetooth-le-and-bluetooth-spp-ble-vs-spp Maybe it uses BT LE on iOS. Another possibility is that it only acts as subwoofer on iOS.
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