A DESIGN OF MOTION CONTROLLED SPYING DEVICE VIA ARDUINO
MAJJI TEJESWARARAO, P NAVEEN , K SRINIVAS, K ANIL KUMAR
arduino, Robotic arm, flex sensor, transmitter and receiver modules, and accelerometer
Motion controlled robot is a car which can controlled simple by human hand gestures. In the project the sensor plays a key role that will record the movement of hand in required direction which will result in the motion of the robot in all directions. The robot and the gesture both are connected without wire through radio waves (sensor waves). User can communicate with the robot in a friendly way because of wireless communication. I this project we can control the car using accelerometer sensors attached to a hand gloves. The sensors are able to replace the remote control that is generally used to run the car. The sensors will allow to controlling the robot in forward, backward, leftward and rightward movements. There are different mechanisms to control the movement of the robot. The mechanism involves the rotation of both forth & rear wheels of left or right side to move in the anticlockwise direction and the other pair to rotate in the clockwise direction which makes the car to rotate about its own axis without any kind of forward or backward motion. The advantage of this mechanism is the car able to move freely with any difficulty. The design and implementation of gesture control robotic arm using ardiuno is proposed. The robotic arm is made to imitate the human hand movements using a hand glove.