To form the control packet, use ‘request type’ 0x21, ‘request’ 0x09, ‘value’ 0x, and ‘index’ 0x see USB Spec for more information on what these values are along with a 7-byte buffer as described below. Here are the docs that came in the box: When using Logitech software with gamepad you are informed it can’t be detected. Here’s the rodent itself, freshly released from captivity: By default, Immersion Desktop just gives you basic clicks and buzzes, but it can do a lot more than that. So I checked out the plain iFeel Mouse, which is your normal two-buttons-and-a-wheel whatsit but happens to have a high-fidelity yada yada yada in it, and the iFeel MouseMan, which is the four button asymmetric fancy-version styled to compete with Microsoft’s Intellimouse Explorer. Download and Install Logitech Profiler v5.
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iFeelPixel download: TouchSense Mice Comparison
Now double click on the Mouse icon. They don’t “just vibrate”. As a last resort you CAN try and change the registry which you do on your own riskthen go to Run, type in “Regedit. A mouse that buzzed all the darn time would just be annoying, anyway, if you ask me. So much for the look. Force-feedback gadgets are cool. In the Registry Editor click the plus sign next to the following folders in order: Note that it is possible that the two bytes I have labeled as ‘Not used” are actually useful, I just haven’t had any luck in getting them to “do” anything.
I have no idea what the source code or a human readable form of the software might look like, nor did I try to find that out as far as I remember [hic]. Because the iFeel mouse is a high- powered device, it will not work with bus-powered hubs, such as those found on some USB keyboards.
Controlling the Logitech iFeel Mouse
It’s capable of very fast response, and it’s linked to the top shell of the mouse via a somewhat compliant dog-legged springy nylon bellcrank thingy. Essentially, you can get feedback whenever the mouse moves onto a clickable thing on the screen – a window, an icon, things on the Taskbar – and you can also get feedback when you’re performing tasks like sizing a window or moving a scroll bar. Users browsing this forum: As with my previous release of additional platform support for a computer peripheral named after ifewl small furry mammal, the revelation of how to make my new mouse shake its little rodent booty came with the help of Prof.
Similarly, Immersion say you can really feel the texture of on-screen surfaces in software that’s iFeel-enabled. If you’ve got one of those games, you can get buzzes and clicks when you pick things up, select and fire weapons, land after jumping, and so on. Supposedly, it will even work on Windows 7 bit, but I haven’t tried that. Sadly, ifesl guts of the mouse are quite different and I was unable to change its “clothes”.
Lots of things on this page are trademarks of BeLogitechImmersionMicrosoftBelkinand probably others. I have also created a page about my findings with this mouse at: On 64 bits Windows the path is: They’re input devices with a mind of their own. It could probably help anyone by reducing the amount of attention that has to be paid to where the mouse is, especially when using it for focus switching or other non-precise pointing tasks.
So I checked out the ifeel iFeel Mouse, which is your normal two-buttons-and-a-wheel whatsit but happens to have a high-fidelity yada yada yada in it, and the iFeel MouseMan, which is the four button asymmetric fancy-version styled to compete with Microsoft’s Intellimouse Explorer.
Logitech iFeel mouses
By default, Immersion Desktop just gives you basic clicks and buzzes, but it can do a lot more than that. Without mous special drivers and software, they work just like standard M-BJ58 mice. The software that makes the iFeel mouses do something when you’re doing normal Windows tasks is called Immersion Desktop.
It’s a fabulous piece of fritterware. It has many new features including; gyro, accelerometer, touch sensitive buttons, tactile feedback and OLED display. The mouses don’t do anything special in games that take advantage of the other TouchSense gadgets.
If there are any errors reported on these icons by exclamation points or red X’s, highlight these icons and click the “Remove” button. Check your MouseWare version and head over to http: Should I bother getting one to try it out? Do not install “Microsoft Active Accessibility”, click the “cancel” button or the “ignore” button. As far as I know everything here is correct but don’t hold me to it. The iFeel mouses are both USB devices, and they come with Logitech’s standard Mouseware driver software, and the separate iFeel driver package, both of which are set up as part of the standard install process.