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use your reMarkable as a graphics tablet

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remarkable_mouse

Use your reMarkable as a graphics tablet.

Special thanks to canselcik and LinusCDE for inspiration.

Quick Start

On the host machine with the tablet plugged in via USB:

pip install remarkable-mouse
remouse

By default,

10.11.99.1
is used as the address. Seems to work pretty well wirelessly, too. By default ssh-agent is used to authenticate if it is available, otherwise you are asked for your password. Find your password in the reMarkable's settings menu.

Examples

specify address, monitor, orientation, password

remouse --address 192.168.1.1 --orientation right --mode fit --monitor 1 --password foobar

passwordless login

ssh-keygen -m PEM -t rsa -f ~/.ssh/remarkable -N ''
ssh-copy-id -i ~/.ssh/remarkable.pub [email protected]
remouse --key ~/.ssh/remarkable

Usage

usage: remouse [-h] [--debug] [--key PATH] [--password PASSWORD]
              [--address ADDRESS] [--mode {fit,fill}]
              [--orientation {top,left,right,bottom}] [--monitor NUM]
              [--threshold THRESH] [--evdev]

use reMarkable tablet as a mouse input

optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --debug enable debug messages --key PATH ssh private key --password PASSWORD ssh password --address ADDRESS device address --mode {fit,fill} scale setting --orientation {top,left,right,bottom} position of tablet buttons --monitor NUM monitor to output to --threshold THRESH stylus pressure threshold (default 600) --evdev use evdev to support pen pressure (requires root, Linux only)

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