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.)
A pen fitted with IMU is trained to recognize handwritten numerals (0 to 9).
Awesome gesture controlled robot tutorial using Arduino and PAJ7620 sensor.
Amazing pick and place robot using Arduino and robotic arm – awesome new cool looking robot that can pick, place and move objects around it!
This guide will allow you to control a robotic arm to pick up and move objects without having to touch anything! We will be using a Flick.
Seeing my children mastering swiping, touching and tapping on the tablet, gave me the idea of making a gesture based TV remote control.
Control your media player using simple hand gestures. No complex circuit. Works on all computers.
A smart glove that translates sign language letters into written letters with monitor.
JS driver for the APDS-9960 gesture sensor
A new application for The Tactigon, this time combined with Raspberry Pi to achieve a futuristic lights control!
Using leap motion, mixed reality headset and Edge browser, you can see your hands in Virtual Reality.
This project will create a smart gesture-based interface that allows the user to control the PC for various functions.
This project is designed to interface WS2812 LED ring with PSoC Cap Sense for gesture recognition of clockwise/counterclockwise movement.
This is project which involves a leap motion sensor as a midi device.
I have developed this concept for teaching the mute people about various hand gesture which is connected to the laptop wirelessly.
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!
Control your appliances remotely
Control your Belkin outlet with a Myo gesture control band using Octoblu's IoT platform.
Organize your shopping experience in a smart way. Let an app order your shopping list and control it with your gestures
New gesture input device for computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, robots and electronics projects. Connected by USB or serial output.
This project uses the web or motion to control a light.
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.
Using Kitra520 we control two motors using proximity gestures and proximity distance.