DIY: Wireless Gesture-Controlled Robot

There is no better way to learn robotics and wearables than building and programming your own. This project from SparkFun shows you how you can use a smart glove to control a robot via gesture control. You get to build a wireless glove controller with Arduino.

To complete this, you are going to need a SparkFun XBee Explorer, RedBoard, SparkFun Inventor’s Kit for RedBot, and a few other simple parts to get started.

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