PuppetMaster - Use your mobile phone to remote control Windows via Bluetooth or GPRS
PuppetMaster is an application that turns your cell phone into a universal remote controller for Windows.
PuppetMaster works using bluetooth technology to allow you to control your computer from a short range, or GPRS data to control your computer from anywhere in the world!
Do you have a PowerPoint presentation to give? PuppetMaster allows you the freedom of a remote controller - at only a fraction of the price. It'll show you your slide notes as you go, and on supported phones, even the actual slides themselves!
Perhaps you just want to skip the song that is currently playing through iTunes or WinAMP? Just a click on your mobile phone and you're on to the next song. Or you can browse or search your songs by name or artist.
- A Bluetooth device with appropriate drivers and a COM connection to the phone;
- Symbian Series 60 phone with Bluetooth support. Phones known to work are: Lenovo P930, Nokia 3230, 3600, 3620, 3650, 3660, 6600, 6260, 6620, 6630, 6670, 6680, 6681, 6682, 7610, 7650, N-Gage, N-Gage QD, Panasonic X700, X800, Sendo X, X2, Siemens SX1;
- Symbian UIQ phone with Bluetooth support. (*Preliminary support) Phones known to work are: Sony Ericsson P910i, Motorola A925;
- Microsoft Smartphone with Bluetooth support.
- Microsoft PocketPC 2003 with Bluetooth support. (*Preliminary support)
- Java enabled phone that supports the Bluetooth API. Phones known to work are: Nokia 6230, Siemems S65;
- Sony Ericsson T68, T68i, T610, T630, K700i or Z1010. Other Sony Ericsson phones may work also.
- Any Java enabled phone that supports socket connections - data is sent via your mobile network, NOT via bluetooth.