Python Libraries for accessing and controlling Lovense sex toys (Max, Nora, Lush, Hush, Etc...)
lovesense is a library for controlling Lovense sex toys, such as the Max, Nora, and Lush. The library allows users to control all aspects of the toy (vibration/rotation/inflation, depending on the toy), as well as retrieving information like device type, status, battery level, and accelerometer readings.
The library is currently available in the following languages:
If you need an implementation in a language not currently supported by lovesense, please file an issue on the github tracker of the relevant project.
Please note that this project has no direct relation to the Lovense company. These drivers have been developed/supported by the open source community. Lovense has had no direct participation in this project and most likely will not be able to answer questions or provide support for any of the Lovesense drivers.
If you require commercial support for programming for Lovense products, it is recommended you go through the Official Lovense Developer Program.
To install the library, use either setup.py or pip. lovesense is a pypi hosted library, and can be installed by running:
$ pip install lovesense
The library is built to abstract the raw toy protocols from the communication medium, so it can pass packets for each toy over whatever medium you like. For instance, you could create a network class that talks to a daemon that communicates with a serial port, if needed.
lovesense-py uses the Tox library for test environment setup, test execution, documentation building, and other automated tasks.
To run project tests:
$ tox --skip-missing-interpreters
To create documentation:
$ tox -e docs
Lovense toys connect via bluetooth, and then use the Serial Port Profile (SPP) to communicate with the host. This means that the toys are exposed as either COM Ports (windows) or tty devices (posix/bsd/etc).
- Commands and replies are strings, using semicolons to mark their end.
- All commands start with a command identifier word, then possibly either specifiers or levels, delimited by colons. e.g. “Vibrate:5;” would set vibration to 5.
- Replies are in the context of the command (i.e. sending “Battery;” will just return a number, like “85;”), but can still be colon delimited lists.
The following is the known command table for all toys. Anything send or received over the serial port is in quotes to denote communication, but should not be sent using quotes if you are implementing your own version of this protocol. Commands with “:x” mean that the x should be replaced with a number, the range of which is mentioned in the description.
|“DeviceType;”||Returns toy type (A: Lush, B: Max, C: Nora), Firmware version, and bluetooth MAC address, as a colon delimited list||String, e.g. “C:11:0082059AD3BD;”|
|“Battery;”||Returns battery level of toy||Number, e.g. “85;” meaning 85% battery left|
|“PowerOff;”||Powers the device off||“OK;”|
|“Status:1;”||Shows device status. 2 is “normal”||“2;”|
|“StartMove:1;”||Starts accelerometer data stream.||String, that always starts with ‘G’, followed by 3 16-bit little-endian numbers e.g. “GEF008312ED00”|
|“StopMove:1;”||Stops accelerometer data stream||“OK;”|
|“RotateChange;”||Changes the direction of rotation for the stimulator on the Nora toy.||“OK;”|
|“Vibrate:x;”||Sets vibration level for toy. Range seems to be 0-20.||“OK;”|
|“Rotate:x;”||Sets rotation speed for Nora toy. Range seems to be 0-20.||“OK;”|
|“Air:Level:x;”||Sets absolute air level for Max toy. Range seems to be 0-5;||“OK;”|
|“Air:In:x;”||Sets relative inflation level, i.e. if currently inflation level is 3, and “Air:In:1” is sent, will inflate to 4||“OK;”|
|“Air:Out:x;”||Sets relative deflation level, i.e. if currently inflation level is 3, and “Air:Out:1” is sent, will inflate to 2||“OK;”|
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