Amora is an application that enables you to control your PC desktop using a cellphone. It uses bluetooth to send mouse and keyboard events to the graphical session. With it you can control your slides in OpenOffice.org, movies or any other application. Amora also has a screenshot feature, where you can see a thumbnail in the cellphone screen of the currently focused window in your desktop.
The server (amorad) is written in C using Xlib and XTest to send events for X session and the POSIX socket API for I/O. It must be started by the user, inside a valid X session.
In order to use amora, you need a mobile phone with amora-client installed and running. The current client is implemented in Python for S60 (Nokia cellphones).
Contributions from: Ademar de Souza Reis Jr., Alexis Younes, Thiago Marcos Santos, Wilson Prata and others;