Arduino Gesture Recognition with Acc

December 6, 2008

The last weeks I built a device which measures the acceleration and analyses if there was a specific gesture.
The 3-axis accelerometer LIS3LV02DQ is connected to the Arduino via I2C.
I plotted several 10.000 values to get the information out of a smooth handshake.
After a digital little low-pass filter the values look good and fast enough.
In a little loop I interpret if there was a special move.
That’s it.
RF-sockets controlled by gestures.
As a test I connected the hacked RF-remote to the controller to see if the logic voltage is enough for the remote.–> It is.

Here you can find the first Video, just with one axis.

A small graph of two gestures:


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