Use 3D gestures to trigger actions in your Arduino projects!
Juan sent this great Arduino project in! Thanks Juan 🙂
I put together a project video showing how to program an arduino to detect
3D gestures using a cheap accelerometer. The video shows how to get an
arduino pro mini hooked up to the MPU-6050 accelerometer, and visualize the
accelerometer data on a graph to help in programming the gestures. The code
is up on my github as well: https://github.com/juancgarcia/SerIOGrapher
I plan to incorporate this technique into other projects I have on the
backburner, but in the mean time, I wanted to share in the hope some other
makers/hackers might find it useful.
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