Gesture recognition on pico using Edge Impulse @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
Neat project + write-up from Shubham Santosh up on Hackster.io!
Embedded machine learning has now become easy with the help of online platforms like Edge Impulse and allows creators to devise their own application with just a little or no knowledge on Machine learning.
In this project I have created a basic gesture recognition device using an MPU6050 accelerometer sensor and a pi pico. The model is trained to recognize left-right, up-down and idle motion and can be enhanced further by adding more gestures to it. The gesture recognized is displayed on an 128*64 SSD1306 OLED display and even from the serial monitor(optional).
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