Myo Armband Controlling 6DOF Robotic Arm

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The Myo armband is one of the most interesting wearable devices around for makers, researchers, and educators. It can be used to control robots, drones, smart home devices, computers, and everything else. This video shows how a  6DOF  robotic arm and anthropomorphic hand can be controlled using a Myo.

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A Schunk PowerBall LWP4 robotic arm and SVH anthropomorphic hand were used for this project. Position and orientation of the Myo sensor are used to move the arm and interact with objects. Collisions are avoided dynamically. More info is available here.

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