July 3, 2017 AT 11:00 am

Gesture Controlled Drone, myWingman #drone #droneday

From Sarah Corsham on Hackster.io:

myWingMan is a quadrotor drone, which is controlled by the movement of your hands. This novel human-machine-interface feels like you have the telekinetic capabilities of a Jedi knight! The entire system was built with low-cost, commercial tech. Although these unrelated technologies were never intended to work together, LabVIEW allowed me to combine into a single, coherent system.

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