Controlling the device with voice is cool, but why bother with all these syllables when you can wave your hand?This is where Teemu Laurila, the producer of the YouTube channel Teukkaniikka, comes in with his habits raspberry pie-Power smart glasses.
This is an ongoing project and occasionally receive updates with new features. Recently added features include support for hand tracking. Users can write countless gestures to trigger almost anything you can think of using Python.
The new upgrade also comes with a customized 3D printing frame for fixing the new camera module. The image is captured by Raspberry Pi Zero W and transferred to a separate PC for AI processing. Then the PC lets Pi know what gestures are registered.
Laurila provides two demos for anyone interested in recreating it on their own.This First demo Allow users to pinch their fingers to increase and decrease the brightness of the light.This Second demo Real-time video will be captured from the camera, transmitted to the PC for gesture processing, and then sent back to the smart glasses for real-time viewing, and AI evaluation will be superimposed.
This The best Raspberry Pi project It’s content you can make at home, and Laurila provides a lot of content for curious parties. Want to recreate these Pi-driven specifications? Follow Teemu Laurila on the official website Tkanica YouTube channel to learn more about these DIY smart glasses and how to make your own smart glasses.