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The HAND: a Human Arduino iNterface Device HID
posted December 9 2010 6:52.04 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bigdinotech again with another Arduino based project. This time, he wanted to make his own HID (Human Interface Device) for his computer applications, so he designed the HAND, a Human Arduino based iNterface Device. The device is a glove with 3 flex sensors and a 3-axis accelerometer. These sensors provides the ATMega328 microcontroller with info about finger clicks, hand motion and gestures. The ATMega328 runs the Arduino bootloader. The device is connected to the computer with USB, through a serial to USB converter board. Furthermore, bigdinotech made a couple of applications to use his HAND, The first is a classic Rock Paper Scissors game, the second is a Musical Instrument Simulator, and the third is A Photo Album Viewer. Visit his channel for more info.



[Link: bigdinotech]
Tags: electronic project   computer peripheral hacks   gaming   microcontroller   arduino   accelerometer   avr   games and fun   
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