Can I use this to remotely pleasure woman?
Not the intended purpose, but probably
the right motor is best suited for that.
Do the games give off commands that are intended to make the controller vibrate? Cuz on a console, the game does right? If so and the controller doesn't react on the commands from the game, couldn't you rewrite the driver to recode those commands so it vibrates on the games?
Or, if the games on pcs don't give off those commands, you could maybe make it so the vibrations would be driven by sound? Like fps, when you're shooting a gun it makes noise, when there's an explosion, usually, more noise
I'll try to answer this. There's one line of code that handles sending the command to the controller for vibration intensity. It can go from 0.0F to 1.0F on each motor individually. You could tie the command into an audio program to read the output levels and set it based on that. Would be useful for games that don't know how to properly vibrate the controller.