SudoGlove aims to bridge the gap between the user and traditional physical hardware devices. Given the high learning curve in understanding how to use foreign technologies, we hope to break away from conventional control mechanisms and explore an intuitive way to control these devices. SudoGlove will provide a tangible interface that relies on hand gestures to wirelessly control any device or software. By removing the distance between the user and traditional hardware devices, our goal is for SudoGlove to feel more like an extension of the body as opposed to an external machine. As an investigation into this idea, the goal of this project is to capture simple hand gestures from the SudoGlove and use that input to wirelessly control a modified RC car. At the moment, controlled variables include speed, steering, headlights, siren lights, siren sounds, the horn, and forward/reverse using a combination of flex, force, vibration, and gyroscopic sensors. More info is available on my blog! http://jeremyblum.com/2010/05/09/sudoglove/ Music by Alex Miller: http://www.youtube.com/amiller90
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