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Published on May 8, 2012
This is a quick demo of a class project I am working on at the Colorado School of Mines. An IMU is mounted to the back of the glove, and its data is read by the Arduino Uno on the back of my arm. Data is then transmitted via Bluetooth to my laptop and Python scripts interpret the pose. Corresponding commands are sent over the Wi-Fi network to the NAO where they are executed. For this demo, I move my hand like I am holding a joystick, and NAO walks accordingly.