- Intel® Edison board with the Arduino* breakout board
- Seeed Grove* – Starter Kit Plus - Intel® IoT Edition
- 4th generation (or later) Intel® Core™ processor
- 8GB free hard disk spaceUSB 3.0
- An Intel® RealSense™ 3D Camera F200 (system-integrated or peripheral version)
- An Server equiped with Node.js
- Intel® XDK IoT Edition : https://software.intel.com/en-us/getting-started-...
- Intel® RealSense™ SDK R4 : https://software.intel.com/en-us/getting-started-...
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Step 1: Setup the Intel® RealSense™
- First connect the Intel® RealSense™ 3D F200 Camera to a USB 3.0 Port
- Install Camera driver and Intel® RealSense™ SDK : https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-realsense-...
- Install webapp (link provided in browser)
- Restart browser and try open sample file again
Step 2: Modifying Sample Code
*follow this this step, if you install on default path C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\RSSDK ,
Modifying sample code :
- Creating edisonconnect.js files to receive Gesture Data and Send to Server
- Edit sample.js file to intercept Gesture Data and pass it to edisonconnect.js
- Edit FF_HandsViewer.html file to re-locate realsense.js file path, linking socket.io and edisonconnect.js script
complete code download on GitHub
Step 3: Creating Nodejs Server
- Install and setup an Debian Linux based Server
- Remote your server and login trough SSH
- Updating server - sudo apt-get update
- Installing Nodejs - sudo apt-get nodejs
- Installing npm - sudo apt-get npm
- Installing socket.io express - sudo apt-get socket.io express
- Creating file server.js and index.html (download on GitHub)
- running the scripts - node server.js
Step 4: Setup the Intel® Edison
pre-step if this first time to you to setup Intel Edison :
Intel® Edison is easy to deploy and clear documentation is provided by Intel®. You can find it at:
- Getting started with Intel® Edison : https://software.intel.com/en-us/iot/library/edis...
- Seeed Grove* – Starter Kit Plus - Intel® IoT Edition : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-starter-ki... Assemble Intel® Edison on the Arduino board : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-starter-ki...
- Running the Integrated Installer : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-starter-ki...
- Setup a Serial Terminal Connectoin : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-starter-ki...
- Connecting Intel® Edison to Wi-Fi : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-starter-ki...
- Install and configure Intel® XDK IoT Edition : http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/Grove-starter-ki...
Ok, now it's time to place a code inside Intel® Edison, this code is to connecting to Server and listening to any broadcast from Server. If there is Gesture Data Received then Intel® Edison will trigger Digital Pins to On/Off.
- Open Intel® XDK IoT Edition
- creating a new project from Templates.
- Use Digital Write Template
- Edit package.json adding dependencies socket.io-client
- Edit main.js : to connect to Server and check if Gesture Data name "spreadfingers" then trigger Digital Pins2 and Digital Pins8 state to 1 / On if other Gesture Data Received change back to 0 / Off state. *please change your referring server IP’s addresses, if you want to change the Pins make change onmraa.Gpio(selectedpins)
- Install/Build your project then Run
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