In this tutorial we will get data from a MPU6050 Gyroscope and control a Servo motor according to the movement of MPU6050.
A robot capable of motion in response to our gestures.
Useful for Raspberry Pi to display network, system or weather status. Video can be also streamed to this display.
A hand gesture-controlled car made from scrap DVD player. Hand gestures detected by gyro and Arduino-driven motor.
Give yourself superpowers to control blinds with a wave of your hand!
Gest-chair is a smart gesture controlled device developed to help wheelchair-bound people by automating the wheelchair.
Visualizing the gyroscope data MPU6050.
Control appliance using a hand gesture without any microcontroller, only bare electronic components.
This is a Simulink model to control a robotic arm using gestures that are captured using Kinect; robotic arm developed using servo motors.
Build a wireless surveillance robot with gesture control using Arduino and Raspberry Pi.
A robotic hand which mimics the gesture made by our hand.
Control your media player using simple hand gestures. No complex circuit. Works on all computers.
A Face Hitting Machine enables you hit those you dislike on the face, even with uplifting slap sound effect. Your decompression artifact.
Arduino automatic multiple light control system. Room light on, table lamp off. Room light off, table lamp on via gesture.
We used The Tactigon as gesture controller to skip tracks, pause, play and stop a playlist on a Raspberry Pi 3 using Bluetooth Low Energy.
We wanted to increase the communication range of the Tactigon Skin so we could use it over longer distances than BLE can offer.
Ada voice effects manager, featuring tasking, adc, dac, dma, interrupts, dsp effects and screen control as reusable components.
We made this project to show an example of how you can integrate the T-Skin into everyday tasks making them more interesting and intuitive.
Create an interactive Christmas stocking that lights up and plays sound effects in response to gestures.
Build and control an array of RGB LEDs using your hand gestures and magic (i.e., IR sensor craft)!