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-====Project Name====+=====Project Name=====
 Leap Robo VR Leap Robo VR
  
-====Team Members====+=====Team Members=====
 |Name|Role|Email| |Name|Role|Email|
 |Kenny Nguyen|Leader|knguyen26@myseneca.ca| |Kenny Nguyen|Leader|knguyen26@myseneca.ca|
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 |Koji Miyauchi|Member|kmiyauchi1@myseneca.ca| |Koji Miyauchi|Member|kmiyauchi1@myseneca.ca|
  
-====Objectives====+=====Objectives=====
 Our Project Leap Robo VR is made up of several ideas. We’re going to be using a Raspberry Pi Robot that was created in a previous semester as the basis for our project. We’ll use 2 Leap Motion gesture control modules to control the robots Acceration and steering, with this we’ll also adapt a webcam onto the robot so that the user that is driving the robot can see what the robot sees. Our end goal with this project is to allow a user to drive a robot through a maze using our Leap Robo VR project. Our Project Leap Robo VR is made up of several ideas. We’re going to be using a Raspberry Pi Robot that was created in a previous semester as the basis for our project. We’ll use 2 Leap Motion gesture control modules to control the robots Acceration and steering, with this we’ll also adapt a webcam onto the robot so that the user that is driving the robot can see what the robot sees. Our end goal with this project is to allow a user to drive a robot through a maze using our Leap Robo VR project.
  
-====Parts Needed====+=====Parts Needed=====
 |Parts|Links|Comments| |Parts|Links|Comments|
 |Working Raspberry Pi Robot(Club will provide)| |We’ll be using a robot created from a previous semester| |Working Raspberry Pi Robot(Club will provide)| |We’ll be using a robot created from a previous semester|
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 |2 Leap Motions|http://​store-us.leapmotion.com/​ |3 Would be nice, but 2 will be fine| |2 Leap Motions|http://​store-us.leapmotion.com/​ |3 Would be nice, but 2 will be fine|
 |2 Google Cardboard|http://​www.dx.com/​p/​neje-diy-google-cardboard-virtual-reality-3d-glasses-w-headband-for-4-7-inch-cellphone-338469#​.VMgYfl7F8p0| | |2 Google Cardboard|http://​www.dx.com/​p/​neje-diy-google-cardboard-virtual-reality-3d-glasses-w-headband-for-4-7-inch-cellphone-338469#​.VMgYfl7F8p0| |
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 +=====Missions=====
 +====Current====
 +  - Learn how to install leap motion
 +  - Learn what kind of data leap motion returns when interacted with
 +  - Mount webcam on robot
 +  - Learn how to interact with camera
 +  - Create program to control robot via commands sent every second
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 +====Future====
 +  - Stream webcam video out from robot out through http(webrtc maybe?)
 +  - Interpret leap motion data to use to control robot
 +  - Create software to use leap motion data to send commands to robot
 +  - Create Android application to view video streamed from robot
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leap_robo_vr.txt · Last modified: 2015/02/17 13:38 by linuxclub_admin