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Gesture controlled X-ray model with Leap Motion, VVVV and Arduino

This is a project of the master program digital healthcare of FH St. Pölten (Austria). This prototype simulates an x-ray tube, which is controlled by gestures. This is supposed to be an approach to reduce germ transmission as well as to increase ergonomics for radiographers. For the development, Leap Motion was used for hand tracking, VVVV for processing and Arduino for mechatronics.

Hannes Panzenböck, Friday, Jun 26th 2020 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
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~16d ago

yar: And now it's opertaional. It's just a concept, bugs expected

~16d ago

yar: sorry, one moment it's broken

~16d ago

yar: concept of genrative telegram bot: t.me/arktkbot

~16d ago

joreg: Reminder: Machine Learning for Interaction Designers webinar by sebescudie this Friday: https://thenodeinstitute.org/event/machine-learning-for-interaction-designers/

~17d ago

joreg: Live now: The 10th #vvvv online meetup: https://youtu.be/ShUefLRL_H0