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Aspects of Microsoft Kinect sensor application to servomotor control

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This paper presents the design process of a gesture control system based on the Microsoft Kinect sensor. An environment enabling implementation of the integrated system using a variety of equipment and software was selected and prepared. A method for integrating the sensor with the Arduino environment has also been discussed. Algorithms for remote gesture control of the given servodrive angle and the position of the robot arm gripper were prepared. The results of several experiments, which were carried out in order to determine the optimal method for starting, controlling, and stopping the drive and for assessment of the accuracy of the proposed method for the arm control, are presented.
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  • Poznan University of Technology, Chair of Control and System Engineering, Division of Signal Processing and Electronic Systems, 24 Jana Pawla II, 60-965 Poznan, Poland
  • Poznan University of Technology, Chair of Control and System Engineering, Division of Signal Processing and Electronic Systems, 24 Jana Pawla II, 60-965 Poznan, Poland
  • Poznan University of Technology, Chair of Control and System Engineering, Division of Signal Processing and Electronic Systems, 24 Jana Pawla II, 60-965 Poznan, Poland
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