Controlling Omni-Wheel Robot with Android Wear

We have already shown how you can use an Android Wear watch to control a Tesla car. That’s not all you can do with your smartwatch though. Takashi Kanamaru has posted a video that shows how a LG G Watch can be used to control an omni-wheel robot. The watch sends commands to the paired smartphone which forwards those to the Socket.IO on the Raspberry Pi. Pretty cool, isn’t it?

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