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Head-Controlled Keyboard And Mouse For Disabled, AVR ATMega32

October 07, 2012 By: admin Category: AVR, Control, Interfacing, Wireless No Comments →

AVR Head-Controlled Keyboard And Mouse

Easy Input is a head-controlled keyboard and mouse input device for paralyzed users. The system is built based on AVR ATMega32. It uses user’s head movement to control mouse movement on the monitor and user’s eye blinking to activate mouse click. Two main sensor used for this project are Freescale MMA6560Q accelerometers to detect head [...]

Washing Machine Monitor, PIC12F683

August 16, 2012 By: admin Category: Monitoring, PIC, Project No Comments →

Movement Vibration Detector for Washing Machine

This Washing Machine Monitor will notify you when the washing is done. Instead of using a timer, Viktor Takacs decides to use Freescale’s MMA7361 3-axis accelerometer to monitor the movement of the washing machine. The device is mounted on side of the washing machine using neodymium magnet. It is enough to absorb any vibration from [...]


UniRoP, M16C-based Robot System

January 18, 2012 By: admin Category: Microcontroller, Project, Renesas, Robotic, Sensor No Comments →

UniRop Renesas Robot System

The UniRoP is a small sized robot system which combines classical robot sensors, like infrared distance sensor, accelerometers with a CMOS camera. It is also possible to control the robot by radio. To illustrate the possibilities of the designed system a sample task uses the CMOS picture sensor as an object detector. Simple picture processing [...]

Hand Speak, Hand Sign Language Translator

January 15, 2012 By: admin Category: Converter, Miscellaneous, Project, Renesas No Comments →

Hand Sign Language Translator

The project was designed to improve communication capabilities for deaf and blind. It converts the mechanism of hand sign language into alphanumerical characters, then assist users to show and to communicate with others through any forms of ASCII text. The system identifies 26 alphabets and 10 numbers of American Sign Language, then display on LCD [...]