CSAIL Creates Gesture Control System, Conduct-a-Bot #drone #droneday

Wearables, drones, CSAIL – how much more enticing can an article be? From MIT CSAIL :
This system, dubbed Conduct-a-Bot, aims to take a step towards these goals by detecting gestures from wearable muscle and motion sensors. A user can make gestures to remotely control a robot by wearing small sensors on their biceps, triceps, and forearm.
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