A lot of people, including myself, have speculated the possibility of having multiplayer in current emulators. From what I understand, it has not been attempted because these emulators have no built in server systems, making wireless linking fairly improbable. However, this gives rise to new curiosity. As far as I know, the roms still maintain the player two controls for a second controller. Theres no reason why these functions shouldn't be there. So, is it possible to wirelessly assign these controls to another PSP?
Think of it this way. Imagine for example, Y's SNES emulator, just for kicks and giggles. In the settings menu, acessed from left on the thumbstick, there is an option labeled multiplayer, which can be toggled between Off, Host (1p), and Guest (2p). Because I see no way of getting two separate roms to coordinate with each other like some kind of old school system link, instead the player set to Host broadcasts a wifi signal that transmits the audio and video of the rom to the other psp, while the control functions from the Guest's psp are transmitted to the host as the second controller's actions.
Now I know nothing of programming, but I do know that if these emulators are simply coded ports of pc emulators, a change like this may be difficult. But it may not be, hell if I know. I see how the transmission of audio and video to the second psp might be difficult, but worse case scenario player two would have to look onto player one's screen.
Is this even probable?