Make your own gesture-controlled Wizard's Walking Staff that lights up to different spells when you perform gestures. You shall not pass!
This wirelessly controlled robot car uses gesture: tilt/orientation of hand to drive forward, backward, left or right.
Awesome gesture controlled robot tutorial using Arduino and PAJ7620 sensor.
Hand gesture control using Arduino Leonardo and IR sensors.
Get into the fantastic world of effects by making a simple design that can move with your hand by using a phone & other simple components.
An interesting way to control your robot: via hand gesture
Using an optical flow sensor to turn gestures in the air into mouse movements.
By connecting your Myo armband and Parrot drones to your Octoblu account, you can seamlessly control a swarm of drones with hand gestures.
Add hand gestures to your Arduino projects (robots, HMI, lights, etc.).
Using a 3D Gesture Tracking Shield for Raspberry Pi MGC3130 to control uArm robot to transfer part from one location to other location.
A holographic cube that can display an object and be able to rotate it using hand gestures.
Control a PC with a gesture sensor, associating a key or a mouse click to each gesture.
We have seen many door lock projects like fingerprint, password, knock pattern, etc. based door locks. Now what about a gesture door lock?
10 years ago you clicked with a mouse, now it’s all about touchscreen – but soon everything will be gesture controlled. Get ahead now!
A wireless and contactless dimmer that recognizes gestures to control an IKEA lamp.
Nevma is a simple to build, program & use device that translates your hand gestures into keyboard and mouse input. Just plug it in and wave!
The Tactigon Board is perfect for creating your own gesture controller with Bluetooth, 9 DOF IMU and Pressure sensor.
A fun and interactive LED board game made using gesture sensor and Neopixel LEDs
Controlling few functions of your computer and other applications using hand gestures.
Wave your hand to fast forward, pause or go to next video. All you need are an Arduino-compatible microcontroller board and an IR sensor.
This is a demo project for the new Piksey Atto. We use the TTP224 touch IC and the APDS-9960 gesture module to control a computer.
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This series of articles explains how to use the Tactigon’s integrated sensors and communication interfaces to create a gesture controller.
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