Gesture control pick and place robot

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A Gesture is a form of non-verbal communication in which visible bodily actions communicate particular messages, either in place of speech or together and in parallel with spoken words. Gestures include movement of the hands, face, or other parts of the body. The movement of gestures can be used to interact with technology, using touch or multi-touch popularized by the iPhone, physical movement detection and visual motion capture, used in video game consoles.

This project is to develop a wheel chair control which is useful to the physically disabled person with his finger movement or his finger gesture recognition. Tremendous leaps have been made in the field of wheelchair technology. However, even these significant advances haven’t been able to help quadriplegics navigate wheelchair unassisted. It is wheelchair which can be controlled by simple finger gestures. It employs a sensor which controls the wheelchair finger gestures made by the user and interprets the motion intended by user and moves accordingly. When we change the direction, the sensor resisters values are changed and that values are given to microcontroller. Depending on the direction of the gesture, microcontroller controls the wheel chair directions like LEFT, RIGHT, FRONT, and BACK.

The motor for wheel chair will be drive using an H-Bridge driver. The controller cannot provide the necessary current and voltage to the motor so an H-Bridge circuit is used. An H-Bridge circuit is used to provide sufficient power to motor and also avoids short circuit. to rotate the motor in both clockwise and anti-clock wise direction.


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