Game Vibration Router – Using Computer Controlled Sex Toys with Video Games

Hi! I posted something about this on r/sextoys and was told to post here. I’m not seeing many text posts, so if this is off topic, apologies in advance.I’ve created a new piece of free, open source software, called the Game Vibration Router. It allows you to hook up computer controlled sex toys (like Lovense, WeVibe, etc) to video games on the Windows PC that support Xbox Gamepads (aka XInput). It’ll make the toy vibrate or move whenever the game makes the controller vibrate.You’ll need a Windows 10 machine, a bluetooth dongle, a bluetooth toy, and a game that supports gamepads.I’ve got a tutorial for it on youtube at if you’re interested in checking out.I’ve also made a (youtube-safe) demo video of it running with Rez Infinite at that right now, it just works with vibrating toys. I’m currently working on algorithms to translate vibration commands into some sort of meaningful commands for stroking/rotating toys like the Fleshlight Launch and Vorze A-10 Cyclone, as well as estim.Also, I’m looking at supporting VR Games. I should be able to attach to VR Games and look up the OpenVR or whatever calls for vibration, which means we’ll be able to interact with VR soon too.Lemme know if you’ve got questions on how to use it, and feel free to recommend games you think might be good for it!This software is built on top of a library called Buttplug ( Buttplug is an open source, free library for making it easier to make software that controls sex toys. If you’re interested, you can find out more about it at We’ve done work in automating Cock Hero and similar genres of orgasm denial/tease games/etc to work with sex toys, so if you’ve got ideas, feel free to get in touch with me. Get your own Orgasm Control toys: For men: For women:

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