Arduino enthusiasts who enjoy building projects and developing new systems and devices using the Arduino platform might be interested in the new tiny gesture sensing module called GestureR which has been designed specifically for Arduino.
The GestureR Arduino module is capable of sensing gestures, proximity and light all from a single tiny Arduino module, allowing you to easily add new functionality to your next or existing Arduino projects.
“GestureR is an Arduino-compatible gesture sensing module that brings you to your DIY devices, with one of the latest technologies in smartphones! GestureR will be the first gesture sensing shield you can find in the market. It is also very tiny, inexpensive and user-friendly!
GestureR can communicate with any Arduino Host or other microcontrollers through I2C interface. We also know that reading through datasheets is always painful when using a new shield or sensor. So we do it for you! We have already made some sample codes for most of the useful functions in Arduino format. You can just connect GestureR to your device and use it right away with simple commands.”
The GestureR Arduino module will be available in three different varieties for different applications and measures roughly 54 x 53 mm in size and its pin assignment is compatible with Arduino UNO. Watch the video below to learn more about this new Arduino module which could help expand the functionality of your Arduino project.
The GestureR Arduino project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think GestureR Arduino is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help GestureR Arduino become a reality.