Hi, I have been forgetting to post this here but the 4.2 release reminded me. So, for a gallery installation I created a remote control application for Unity in BlackBerry Playbook. The application uses TCP/IP protocol and Unity acts as the host while PlayBook acts as the client. The two do not need to be in the same network. Right now the port is hardcoded to 8090. There are two control schemes available. Since it was designed for a gallery exhibition, the current version does not give any feedback if things go wrong. However, whenever the remote is activated or a button is touched, the application checks the connection and if it is not connected, it re-establishes the connection. The application is available: http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/27406123/?countrycode=US Here is the application working within the installation: I will also create a Z10 port and followed by a Q10 port when my emulator/VMware combination gets working. The BlackBerry App Let's look at the setup screen: Setup Screen In this screen, you enter the IP address of the machine running Unity. And then, you need to choose either a pad only or a button and pad combination control scheme. Let's look at Pad only: Pad Only The screen is divided into two: The right side allows you to look around (like mouse look) and the left side allows you to walk. The application supports multitouch and for both side you need to touch and drag. There is no specific center so you can start touching from any part of the active areas. The amount and the speed of the movement or head movement depends on the difference between the initial touch point and the current point of touch. The exact speed of the actions can be adjusted from Unity side. Let's look at the button and pad scheme now: Buttons and Pad In this case, the right side works exactly as the prior case. However, for walking you have to touch on the arrows. You can still multitouch but it is a more 'digital' option (like wasd control). Unity Package The package can be downloaded from: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xck002lu30ili13/FPController_PlayBook.unitypackage It contains the followings: FPController_PlayBook: A modified version of standard FPS controller TCPHost.cs: The host script for Unity. This needs to be put in the plugins folder (because of the order Unity looks at the folders) and is put there by default. This code is based on This code is based on the JitReceive.cs from mu (myu) Max-Unity Interoperability Toolkit developed in Virgina Tech. DISIS FPSInputController.js: A modified version of the FPSInputController that Unity is shipped with MouseLook2.cs: A modified version of the MouseLook.js in C# CharacterMotor.js: CharacterMotor.js from Unity All these files come as a bundle and when the package is imported everything is put into correct folders. To create a test scene just create a new project without any packages. Put a plane and import the FPController_PlayBook package and make sure that the port 8090 is not blocked. When you run the application from the tablet enter the IP of the computer into the tablet.