I'm pretty sure that this is the right forum to ask this question, but if it's not just lmk.
I am trying to create an auto clicker that is as hidden as possible for a computer engineering HID unit project.
What I have created so far (it works) is an Arduino being sent serial data via a C++ application that when receives a '@' character triggers the auto clicker code and a '#' to stop the clicking. I showed my teacher and he said this is too basic as it's just simply a serial data sending application, but he likes the autoclicking idea.
I had a few ideas but I don't know how I would make them work. All I am trying to do is while a keyboard or mouse button the arduino sends mouse clicks.
TLDR; Is there a way that I can communicate keyboard or mouse events from the mouse/keyboard directly to the Arduino whilst still working normally on the computer itself, or maybe even something less discrete like making a device driver?
I suck at coding btw so I will most likely need someone I know to help me code it.