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Gesto is the World’s first open-source boards for wearable gesture control with a unique method that combines muscle signals with motion patterns.

 

There are available two kits:

 

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Gesto Caelum is a ready to go solution. Caelum has all you need to add gesture control/recognition to your project, with a fast and easy setup, without the need to program it. So you can simply configure the gestures in your Android or iOS smartphone to get started right away.

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Gesto Stella is a development kit. It is designed to interface to other boards such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi boards, and sends raw muscle data via its SPI interface.


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Prosthetic arm controlled with Gesto

 

Gesto can handle three types of gestures: singular gestures, air drawing gestures, and directional gestures. The technology making sense of the muscle raw data is called “DualBurst” which combines muscle patterns and motion patterns for better accuracy.


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Gesto also provide a modular 3D printed band to assemble all the Gesto electronics in your body (wrist, forearm, arm, torso, leg).

 

Check out the demo!

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