The sensor on Grove - Gesture is PAJ7620U2 that integrates gesture recognition function with general I2C interface into a single chip
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Grove - Gesture is based on PAJ7620U2 that integrates gesture recognition function with general I2C interface into a single chip. It can recognize 9 gestures including moving up, moving down, moving left, moving right, etc with a simple swipe by your hand.
Following is a video which using Gesture sensor with a matrix to display the direction of the hand.
We can use the gesture to adjust the sound volume, control a robot. We can also make a remote-control unit, which is able to operate many devices at the same time using gestures
9 gestures recognition
Built-in proximity detection
Various mainboards support: Arduino UNO/Seeeduino/Arduino Mega2560
1x PCBA-Grove - Gesture
1x 26AWG Grove Cable;SA206120099A
13 gesture recognition
Detecting range: 5 – 10cm
Ambient light immunity: < 100k Lux
Gesture speed mode: Normal and Gaming
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