Developer: ToeJamson
Created: August 20, 2015
Requires: Various Hardware

We combined the power of Leap Motion with the brains of a Raspberry Pi to create remote motion-controlled servos. In a nutshell, the demo enables a user to control servos using motions from their hands and fingers. Whatever motion their hand makes, the servo mirrors it.

And even cooler, because we used PubNub to connect the Leap Motion to the Raspberry Pi, we can control our servos from anywhere on Earth.

Read the full blog post here

GitHub repository

What You’ll Need

  • Leap Motion + Leap Motion Java SDK
  • Raspberry Pi Model B+
  • Tower Pro Micro Servo (x4)
  • Adafruit PWM Servo Driver