Developer Rinnegatamante just released an update to his tool VitaPad, which lets you use your PS Vita as a controller for your PC. VitaPad requires a hackable PS Vita (that is, a PS Vita running on firmware 3.60).
The biggest update with version 1.1 is that VitaPad now supports Linux. Additionally, the developer tweaked a few things to improve the experience.
The full changelog (From the developer):
- Added Linux support (big thanks to nyorem).
- Added possibility to change controls binding by editing the XML file even during execution.
- Now the application uses a safe eboot.
- Added mouse emulation through touchscreen (mouse movement) and retrotouch (mouse clicks).