Build a Rhythm Gesture Game

With RF Comms and PIC32 Todays microcontrollers have rich resources for implementing gesture control and other functions. Learn how these three Cornell students created a rhythm-based gesture game. The game has a base station where the main game control is run and a module that runs on the players hand. Microchip PIC32s MCUs are used .

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