Using a PIC32 MCU Its not easy to hold a heavy camera for a long period. With that in mind these three Cornell students designed and implemented a 2-axis gesture-controlled camera platform based on a Microchip PIC32 MCU that maps the orientation of the users hand to the camera. Its able to support a relatively 8230.
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