A pen fitted with IMU is trained to recognize handwritten numerals (0 to 9).
With the help of hand gesture corresponding to the Accelerometer sensor the wheel chair will move
A simple 2WD-Robot which can be controlled by just tilting your Android-device in desired direction.
Shoot fireballs from your fists when you throw a punch with these arm mounted smart flamethrowers!
Tired of controlling your robot with a joystick? Ever thought of controlling it with your hands?
KureBasArm is a robotic arm that can movable from mobile phone manually or by sensors from your phone. You can record and play your movement
The ESP system make it easy to recognize gestures you make using an accelerometer.
This wirelessly controlled robot car uses gesture: tilt/orientation of hand to drive forward, backward, left or right.
We are going to learn a technique for building gesture-controlled laptops or computers using the power of Arduino and Python.
Control a lock by inputting a password via hand gestures.
Motion controlled SmartMirror
Make your own gesture-controlled Wizard's Walking Staff that lights up to different spells when you perform gestures. You shall not pass!
A robot capable of motion in response to our gestures.
Controlling your project, like a Jedi, with the wave of your hand.
New gesture input device for computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, robots, and electronics projects. Connected by USB or serial output.
Useful for Raspberry Pi to display network, system or weather status. Video can be also streamed to this display.
It's a Gyro+Accelerometer controlled mouse with a button. Made using Leonardo,Gesture Mouse takes CounterStrike to a whole new level!
Touchless Gesture detection using Particle Core and SparkFun Gesture Sensor
A hand gesture-controlled car made from scrap DVD player. Hand gestures detected by gyro and Arduino-driven motor.
Visualizing the gyroscope data MPU6050.
Control appliance using a hand gesture without any microcontroller, only bare electronic components.
Gesture control using LeapMotion with ESP8266
This is a guide to building your first leap motion app that lets you control your computer without the need of a physical keyboard or mouse!
A rover that runs on wheels using Raspberry Pi 3 and is controlled remotely through hand gestures! (With the use of Myoband.)