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Using the P5 for Physical Control
- These guys are making a real full sized mech, i'm not joking. They are considering using dual P5 gloves as part of the control system
- Part of their future plans include:
- using the P5 with Juice (the Juice program is actually part of the MechaPS project).
- left handed version
- dual units at the same time
- absolute and relative modes
- Unix/Linux and Win32 development
G6000 Smart-Car (RC car control). (by "Mike" and Jarrod Rivituso) Archived Page
- This was a university project to control a Remote Control Car using the P5 glove.
- Source code from the project is downloadable from the site.
- Video is available here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh5MCH3-d7g
RobotGloveJava. (by Eric Lundquist)
- A Java program that utilizes Carl's P5DLL.dll with the P5 Glove and the javax comm api to control a LynxMotion Arm.
- Source Code is available for download.
DC motor controller / The Manta
(by Brian Ballsun-Stanton)
- Brian Ballsun-Stanton adapted the ShowGlove Java class to send instructions to a Phidget Servo Controller. The Servo Controller then sent its own instructions to a set of four Victor Servo to DC motor controllers, which powered four motors.
- The "Manta" is a cable array robot which uses the Power Glove to control the length of four lines. Adjusting the length of each line causes a change in position for the Manta.
- The "Manta" wire model can move in 3 dimensions controlled via P5 finger flexing.
- Code is available on request to Brian.