The project is autonomous so it moves and fires the gun when it detects motion.
4-Legged Walking Robot software that can control music and motion synchronously.
Using the power of motion, swipe in 4 directions to change the color of an LED!
Here we use PIR sensor and Arduino to detect the motion of a hand. This detection can be used to operate electronic equipment.
A 3D Gesture controlled Wireless Robot with live video streaming based off Raspberry Pi. (Made exclusively for LeapMotion #3DJam).
We are going to learn a technique for building gesture-controlled laptops or computers using the power of Arduino and Python.
Brighten your home with HomeBright.
This project shows how you can bring the Wizarding of Harry Potter to reality with computer vision and machine learning!
Give your mBot a LIDAR measurement hat using the MappyDot to avoid your cat, legs and furniture.
Tiny Wireless IMUz (motion sensor)
Quantify & visualize motion with this portable, cloud-connected IoT solution, which streams multidimensional kinetic data to the cloud.
Will you choose your own destiny? Shows how to integrate devices with the "force" using a Particle and Leap Motion
The powers of PubNub, Leap Motion, and Raspberry Pi collide with this IoT motion controlled servo device!
Wave to your controller and it will move your direction just like a Jedi Master.
This device will allow you to record activity in places with expensive equipment to know what happened should anything be stolen.
If you have ever woken up in the dark or stepped on something on your bedroom floor because it's too dark, these DIY Bed Lights are for you.
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!
Arduino Multi-Function Smart car
A motion detector that connects to your smart phone / internet and can turn lights on/off such as GE C Life Bulbs.
CNC machine control with GRBL breakout board for Arduino Uno.
A motion-operated light.
This is a PIR sensor-based automatic lamp switch.
3D-printed spikes on fabric and using a Circuit Playground that reacts with movement to light up NeoPixels.
A motion detection lamp. It switches on and off when there's motion.