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DIY Robotic Hand Controlled by a Glove and Arduino
I made this to test the strength of my servo motors before putting them on a prosthetic hand. Thanks it's a huge help.
I Can not find robpart4v2.stl .. can anyone help me out? - ChiragD8
During my reasearch I did look at this Instructable and several other deisgns on Youtube and the Internet. I found this post to be useful and I would like to thank your posting it. That is how I usually start a new project. It's good to see what others have done and what has worked for them. Then I try some of my own ideas as well. I just built a second Data Glove for the Left hand and it is working just like the first one. We really live in interesting times were open source knowlege can be shared instantly with other Makers everywhere. Good times... - slamer
Please reply and help me.
I face problem to use servo with flex sensor. When i set up all the electronic and then upload the code the servo start to vibrate as i touch the A0 wire. Please help me !! I realy need to build this project. Thank you.
email@example.com☝☝My email id please massage the code and i want to ask you many things about this projects
Cool! Did you use this Instructable for guidance or was this your own endeavor?
I made a glove using the long flex sensors from Adafruit. I hot glued 1/4 inch heat shrink to some work gloves and slide the sensors into the heat shrink. I read the sensors with an arduino uno and send servo position commands the 3d printed gand. It was actually very easy to do.
Here is the videohttps://youtu.be/vgytoMCJ-Ns
Unforutnately not. The University of Houston owns the code. - JustinL128
Hello can you please send the code for this to firstname.lastname@example.org - surajr14
Hello can you please send the code for this to email@example.com
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what is arduino code???
I did this very project back in 2009 without a 3d printer and with a Cypress Semiconductor PSoC1 chip. Instead of a 3D printed hand, I made mine out of wood. I would recommend a PSOC 4 or 5 nowadays over the arduino. Such a better platform...
also how do you connect the battery to the servos because that was never explained
Is the glove wireless from the hand
hey, can you make it wireless.i mean, wirelessly controlled from glove.
All GND's must always be connected to each other to have a huge common GND and have the same voltage reference.
i do like what you said servo and arduino use different supplies.. how about your flex sensor did you supplies it with battery to?one more thing how about the GND?asap
bravo bro ! this is awsome but i have facing some problem so please bro help me and told me to make it this is my gmail account : firstname.lastname@example.org please bro help to make it !
bro and one problem is also there whatt will u use to make the 1 step to make hand ii didn't understand
How do you connect the battery pack to the breadboard? @dschurman
I need help. The battery keeps dying. And when I charge it it doesn't charge.
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