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      Grove - Gesture(PAJ7620U2)

      Grove - Gesture(PAJ7620U2)

      SKU 101020083
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      Description

      The sensor on Grove - Gesture is PAJ7620U2 that integrates gesture recognition function with general I2C interface into a single chip. It can recognize 9 gestures including move up, move down, move left, move right, etc with a simple swipe of your hand.

      Following is a video which using Gesture sensor with matrix to display the direction of hand.

      We can utilize the gesture to adjust the sound volume, control a robot. Or we can make a remote-control unit, which is able to operate many devices at the same time via a gesture sensor. 


      FEATURES

      • 9 gesture recognition

      • Built-in proximity detection

      • Various main boards support: Arduino UNO/Seeeduino/Arduino Mega2560


      PART LIST

      • 1x PCBA-Grove - Gesture

      • 1x 26AWG Grove Cable;SA206120099A


      SPECIFICATION

      • Interface:IIC

      • 13 gesture recognition

      • Operating Power:5V

      • Dimensions:20*20mm

      • Sensor: PAJ7620U2

      • Detecting range: 5 – 10cm

      • Ambient light immunity: < 100k Lux

      • Gesture speed mode: Normal and Gaming




      Technical Details

      Dimensions110mm x 75mm x 9mm
      WeightG.W 6g    
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      Part List

      Grove - Gesture1

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      Hello.Looking into the PAJ7620U2 datasheet, it talks about "Normal Mode" and "Gaming Mode". Looks like "Gaming Mode" operates 2x faster and follows up faster user action.But I could not understand which is the way to select one of these by I2C regisger read/write operation.
      on Apr 17,2018
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      The sample library on github.com has initialization code that may be doing all the setup, but I am not sure if it is setting the chip into &quot;Normal Mode&quot; or &quot;Gaming Mode&quot;.If I look into the datasheet example, it is showing setup code example, but it is different from the github.com example, and also there is no comment onm what each reagistry setting is doing.
      on Apr 17,2018 14:31 PM
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      My question is:- Into which mode (Normal or Gaming) the github.com library is setting the chip?- If it is into Normal, then how can I set it to Gaming?- Both github.com library seems to be writing data into all of the registers including the registers I cannot find their meanings on datasheet.How can I know what all of them are doing?
      on Apr 17,2018 14:32 PM
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      - If I do only the operations described on datasheet, it should be OK to detect gestures?Namely:&amp;gt;Programing Sequence and Function Application&amp;gt;i. Initial&amp;gt;Step 1:Power On, The VBus must be power on before VDD.&amp;gt;Step 2:Wait 700us for PAJ7620U2 to stabilize.&amp;gt;Step 3:Write slave ID or I2C read command to process I2C wake-up.&amp;gt;Step 4:Write initial setting to gesture.
      on Apr 17,2018 14:32 PM
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      And, what is the difference between the above and below?&amp;gt; v. Change to Gesture mode&amp;gt; Step 1:Write Gesture mode setting to gesture
      on Apr 17,2018 14:33 PM
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      Hi there~ We have sent an email to the supplier about your question. And we will give you a feedback when they reply to us. Best regards
      on May 15,2018 15:51 PM
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      /** * Setting normal mode or gaming mode at BANK1 register 0x65/0x66 R_IDLE_TIME[15:0] * T = 256/System CLK = 32us, * Ex: * Far Mode: 1 report time = (77+R_IDLE_TIME)T * Report rate 120 fps: * R_IDLE_TIME=1/(120*T)-77=183 * * Report rate 240 fps: * R_IDLE_TIME=1/(240*T)-77=53 * * Near Mode: 1 report time = (112+R_IDLE_TIME)T * * Report rate 120 fps: * R_IDLE_TIME=1/(120*T)-120=148 * * Report rate 240 fps: * R_IDLE_TIME=1/(240*T)-112=18 * */Serial.println(&quot;Set up gaming mode.&quot;);paj7620SelectBank(BANK1); //gesture flage reg in Bank1// paj7620WriteReg(0x65, 0xB7); // far mode 120 fpspaj7620WriteReg(0x65, 0x12); // near mode 240 fps
      on May 16,2018 13:53 PM
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      Is this sensor working for a Raspberry pi 3? Thanks!
      on Jan 24,2018
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      Hi Leandro~ You can use this sensor with Grove Pi+ ### https://www.seeedstudio.com/GrovePi%2B-p-2241.html ###. Here is the driver. ### https://github.com/DexterInd/GrovePi/tree/master/Software/Python/grove_gesture_sensor ### We recommend you use Grove pi+, cause it is simple and stable.But if you want to use this sensor with Raspberry Pi directly, you need to writh a driver (library) yourself.You can refer to the Arduino driver we offered in our wiki.Regards
      on Feb 01,2018 15:23 PM
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      Many many thanks support team!! Great answer :)
      on Feb 06,2018 17:30 PM
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      Can we connect 2 gesture sensors on the same base shield?
      on Jul 06,2017
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      Hi there~ Yes ,you can. However since the grove-Gesture sensor have the same I2C address, you need to use the software I2C,or there will be an address conflict.Regards
      on Feb 01,2018 16:07 PM
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      For the software I2C, you can download the library here ### https://github.com/loovee/Arduino_SoftI2C ###
      on Feb 01,2018 16:09 PM
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      Hello. Any info on my question on Aprii 17?
      on May 14,2018
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      Hi there~ We have sent an email to the supplier about your question. And we will give you a feedback when they reply to us. Best regards
      on May 15,2018 15:51 PM
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      Is this gesture sensor compatible with raspberry pi (Python language) ?
      on Jul 03,2017
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      Hi there~ Theoretically,it is compatible.However for some reason we do not have the library for Raspberry.There are two options: 1.You can use Grove Pi+### https://www.seeedstudio.com/GrovePi%2B-p-2241.html ### And here is the driver ### https://github.com/DexterInd/GrovePi/tree/master/Software/Python/grove_gesture_sensor ###. 2 You can write the python library yourself and use this sensor with Raspberry directlly.Regards
      on Feb 01,2018 15:50 PM
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