Mouse control

Hi. I want to control my mouse with gyroscope and accelerometer. I'll use bluetooth protocol for controlling mouse, but i'm not sure how to do that. I finished first part:calibrating and filtering.

I don't want to use bluetooth module rn-42(too expensive) and i think i need to build mouse driver. Can i control my mouse directly by bluetooth or i need to buy bluetooth usb stick?

Has someone realised something like this?

Thanks.

PS: Sorry for my bad english :).

Do you mean that you wish to control the cursor which is displayed on the screen of your PC ?

yes, that is what i want to do. It's easy to control cursor/pointer with arduino leonardo or micro, but i don't know how to do this via bluetooth.

If the main issue is writing a PC Bluetooth/mouse driver/emulator, then I guess your post would be better under Interfacing w/ Software on the Computer

You should be able to achieve the same thing with more hardware, though, with the addition of, say, a Pro Micro and another Bluetooth module.

The Pro Micro would have a Bluetooth module (slave mode) and be connected to the PC via the USB interface. The Pro Micro can emulate a mouse etc. Link

Your gyroscope/accelerometer would be connected to another Arduino device and a bluetooth module (master mode) as you originally intended.

The Two Bluetooth devices would, of course, be linked.

6v6gt: The Pro Micro would have a Bluetooth module (slave mode) and be connected to the PC via the USB interface. The Pro Micro can emulate a mouse etc.

Thanks you very much. Seems to be logic what are you saying.

Can i change arduino bootloader to implement only HID? http://rayshobby.net/hid-class-usb-serial-communication-for-avrs-using-v-usb/ http://mitchtech.net/arduino-usb-hid-keyboard/ I don't want to start every time arduino IDE, when i'll control my mouse cursor.