Via Raspberry Pi Pod
Jean Perardel has taken several Arduino Fio boards, 6-Degrees-of-Free sensors and a Wii Nunchuck and attached them to his body to detect movement and orientation. The signals are received by an Arduino Micro and a Raspberry Pi is then used to interpret the incoming data and produce a gamified virtual reality representation of the movement which it outputs over HDMI.
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