[SOLVED]Vibra interface for mobile ?
I know there is no vibra interface in the Qt Mobility, and we can use native API instead(e.g for symbian, we use hwrmvibraclient lib).
But i still want to know, why isn't a vibra interface in Qt Mobility. Maybe we need a vibra effect some times, especially for game developing.
Is there a plan of vibra API for Qt Mobility ? It's not difficult i think. :)
If you think it is not difficult, then by all means go ahead and contribute one. I am sure it would be very welcome!
[quote author="Andre" date="1306313611"]If you think it is not difficult, then by all means go ahead and contribute one. I am sure it would be very welcome![/quote]
I just know how to do it on Symbian device using native API. Maybe i can write a wrapper for that, but i don't know if it's already under developing or plan. Andre, do you know if it was in the roadmap ?
Sorry, no, I don't know that. You could ask on IRC. At the freenode network, join #qt-mobility. That's were the people in the know on these topics hang out.
Actually, Qt Mobility does have support for haptic effects. The API is named "tactile feedback" rather than "haptics" which may be where your confusion stems from.
All of the major platforms are supported (or at least, have a backend of some sort available). On legacy Symbian it uses chwrm_vibra, on Symbian^3 it uses chwrm_haptics, on Maemo5 Fremantle I believe it uses Immersion. There is also a desktop "testing" plugin available http://qt.gitorious.org/qt-mobility/qt-mobility/merge_requests/23 which I believe is going to be merged in at some stage.
@Chris, Very Clear. Thank you very much! :-)