Term of Award
Master of Science in Applied Engineering (M.S.A.E.)
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Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
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Department of Mechanical Engineering
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An examination of the communication interface speeds between the Leap Motion Controller and an Arduino microcontroller to measure throughput metrics. The created data was compared against the measured hardware limits recorded by the manufacturer. This process was undertaken to assess the limitations of these devices using Python for one, two, and mixed handed operations interface. To perform these tests, a script was developed to provide selectable levels of text based user feedback and log the exchanges between the devices. The data from the log files was made to be dynamically extracted, and processed for statistics on program completion. The extracted and generated data was stored in a new CSV file, and the results were graphed and saved. The findings from these endeavors further support the applications in one handed use cases, and indicate that more investigation is needed in newer languages on faster hardware in order to truly assess the full potential of the Leap Motion Controller.
Hughes, Conner, "A Fast and Robust Leap Motion Interface for Arduino Based Robotics" (2020). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2140.
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