Control a playlist with gestures using The Tactigon Skin and Raspberry Pi
This is an upgrade of or preious project: control both arms with two T-Skins!
An humanoid robot controlled with gestures: made possible by T-Skin! Movements, walks, bows, all controlled by hand movements!
Virtual Reality Headset are coming in our homes. Use T-Skin as a revolutionary controller for Virtual Reality games and applications!
3D modeling sometimes need a 3D controller: use T-Skin to move models and components in CAD and CAM softwares!
This projects shows the power of T-Skin: Robotic Arm controlled with gestures! Move something heavy "hands-free"!
Nice upgrade for CINGO project: T-Skin in place of The Tactigon ONE to control our tracked rover with gestures.
We test with the wearable application and three-dimensional gesture detection prototype device, by making the GPS receiver interact with the on-board IMU in order to improve position detection process.
In this article we’re going to learn how to connect The Tactigon to a motor control board and communicate with serial interface.
Learn how to setup Arduino IDE to be able to program The Tactigon.