Gesture-Controlled Rover: Intuitive Human Gesture Interaction for Remote Robot Control
Keywords:Robot, Arduino, micro controller, gesture, accelerometer
The Gesture Controlled Rover is a robot that responds to simple human motions. Robots these days are playing quite a significant role in day-to-day life. This work aims to propose a new technique to operate a robot by utilizing gestures, as well as to develop a remote-controlled robot that can be controlled using only gestures from a distance. A gesture gadget is to be worn by a user that has a sensor attached to it. As instructed by this user, the sensor records the movement made and thus the robot will move in the same instructed direction. This concept can be used to create a robot whose navigation can be automated. Gesture commands that the user can freely train and can be utilized to control external devices using a handheld wireless sensor unit. Hand movements control the accelerometer.
Copyright (c) 2024 Shilpa R, Anitha S, Chaithanya D. J, Mohamed Anees, Anoushka Kurthukoti
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