Virtually Controlled Robot Using Kinect Sensor

Authors

  • H. Sandeep Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SJC Institute of Technology, Chikkaballapura, India
  • K. Sagar Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SJC Institute of Technology, Chikkaballapura, India
  • S. Sandeep Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SJC Institute of Technology, Chikkaballapura, India
  • M. R. Santhosh Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SJC Institute of Technology, Chikkaballapura, India
  • A. C. Nirmala Devi Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, SJC Institute of Technology, Chikkaballapura, India

Keywords:

Arduino Uno, Kinect sensor, NRF module, L293D motor driver IC, Arduino IDE, Visual studio code

Abstract

Kinect is Microsoft’s motion sensor is one of the Xbox 360 gamming console. The core component of Kinect is the range camera which is using an infrared projector and camera and a special microchip to track objects in 3D objects. In past, the development of human robot interaction with service robots it makes high noise and also attracted the attention of many researchers. The sensor captures the full body in 3D motion, facial recognition, and voice recognition capabilities. The movement of the human arm in 3D space is captured, processed and replicated by the robotic arm. The device provides a natural user interface that allows user to interact directly without any intermediate device such as a controller. It consists of a 3D depth sensor that creates a skeleton image of a player and a motion sensor detects their movements. The information is provided by the user and it is received by the Kinect to communicate between the user and computer and the information is received by the angle of servo motor to microcontroller. As a result, the application of Kinect control is finding its way into various aspects of life. This paper explains the mini-Robot controlling which is remotely controlled by human body motions through the Microsoft’s motion sensor.

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Published

30-06-2022

How to Cite

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H. Sandeep, K. Sagar, S. Sandeep, M. R. Santhosh, and A. C. N. Devi, “Virtually Controlled Robot Using Kinect Sensor”, IJMDES, vol. 1, no. 6, pp. 99–101, Jun. 2022.

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