accelerometer Based Hand Gesture Controlled Robot using Xbee

accelerometer Based Hand Gesture Controlled Robot using Xbee

With this robot, you control everything with your hand, even the robotic arm!

The hand gestures can be programmed differently.

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Step 1: Parts Needed

Arduino Uno x2 –…

Xbee S2 x2 –

Xbee shield for Arduino Uno x2 –

Xbee Explorer Dongle –

Shrink cables x4 –…

Dual H-bridge ,SN754410NE –

Flex Sensors x4 –

Trolley wheels (30mm) x2-…

12v DC motor x2 –…

4AA Battery holder –

8AA Battery holder –…

5V regulator –

Battery cables –…

Robotic claw –

Robotic Claw Pan/Tilt Bracket –

Servo for robotic claw –

Spacer studs x8 –…

Button –


Regular rc wheels (55mm) x2

Regular switch

Aluminium plate – any local ironmongery


Soldering iron

Step 2: Base Model

Base Model

I made a simple drawing in SolidWorks and then went to a local ironmongery to get the plate bended.


On the base plate under the plexiplate is were the two DC motor will be placed. Over that will the 12v battery holder and the H-bridge fit. And on the top level will the Arduino be mounted. In the middle of the plate will the robotic arm be placed.

The drawing model is included.

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