Sixth Sense Controlled Robotics at IISc Bangalore (20-21 Jan)
Sixth Sense Controlled Robotics
Sense Technology is a wearable gesture interface allowing users to interact with digital information using simple. natural hand gestures. First developed by MIT Media Lab in 1994, and then further developed by Pranav Mistry in 2009, the technology took the world by storm. It comprises a head-worn or neck-worn pendant that contains both a data projector and camera. Learn and experience more about this first hand in this wonderful workshop by HT India Labs.
Hardware Kit: Software required will be provided. Hardware kit will be given in a group of 5. Kit includes Arduino Uno, Cabls, Chassis, Motors, Wheels, Connecting Wires, Motor Driver with IC and other components.
Requirements: - A working Laptop/PC with minimum of 2 GB RAM, 100 GB HDD, intel i3+ processor
Benefits: - Digital toolkit of PPTs and study material for all participants - Certificate of Participation for every participant. - 10% discount in Summer and Winter Training for students participating in this workshop.
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