By 398120416
#11118
After the success of our previous free trial activity, we have decided to host another one!


Apply now and you could win a sensor kit ($36). The Arduino sensor kit includes a 3D Gesture Sensor (Mini) For Arduino and a Gravity: Analog Heart Rate Monitor Sensor (ECG) For Arduino. All you need to do is to SHARE YOUR PROJECTS!

Note: The apply time would be ended on 23th of March.


How To Participate
Step 1: Left your application ideas below. You will be contacted by the DFRobot marketing team



Step 2: After your application has been approved, place the order for the 3D Gesture Sensor (Mini) For Arduino and a Gravity: Analog Heart Rate Monitor Sensor (ECG) For Arduino



Step 3: After this you will have one month to make your project



Step 4: Share your project online. There are several ways you can do this:



- Send us the project content via email (with pictures, videos and a brief description). Example.



- Release on other websites such as Instructables, Hackster IO, Hackaday, and then send us the link to it.



Step 5: After you share your project your order will be refunded!

Product Information
1. Gravity: Analog Heart Rate Monitor Sensor (ECG) For Arduino

The DFRobot Heart Rate Monitor Sensor is used to measure the electrical activity of the heart. This electrical activity can be charted as an ECG and output as an analog reading. An ECG signal can be extremely noisy so we have included an AD8232 chip which will generate a clear signal from the PR and QT Intervals. Using the Arduino IDE "Serial Plotter" feature, you are also able to view plotted ECG output on PC!

Read More (https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1538.html)



2. 3D Gesture Sensor (Mini) For Arduino

The DFRobot 3D gesture sensor is an interactive sensor that integrates 3D gesture recognition and motion tracking. This gesture sensor can be used to detect clockwise/counterclockwise rotation and movement directions.


The gesture sensor is designed based on Microchip patent GestIC® technology, using electric near field sensing technology, including 3D gesture input sensing system and advanced 3D signal processing unit. The effective detection range is 0-10cm. This gesture sensor can be applied to various interactive projects.


Read More (https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1538.html)
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By stgarti
#11190
Hello !

Here is my project:

I want to use Heart Rate Sensor to monitor ligt on a interactive costume for dance.

I already lead on project with only time sequenced light control. But I want it to be a mirror of the dancer heart rate !

Here is a glimpse of what it looks like (made in 3 days in a workshop):
https://twitter.com/i/videos/840615636472606725

It would be awesome to experiment this with gesture control and heart rate sensor !

Looking forward,


Stéphane GARTI
By 398120416
#11199
Hi Stéphane:

Can you see my private message for you?


stgarti wrote:
> Hello !
>
> Here is my project:
>
> I want to use Heart Rate Sensor to monitor ligt on a interactive costume
> for dance.
>
> I already lead on project with only time sequenced light control. But I
> want it to be a mirror of the dancer heart rate !
>
> Here is a glimpse of what it looks like (made in 3 days in a workshop):
> https://twitter.com/i/videos/840615636472606725
>
> It would be awesome to experiment this with gesture control and heart rate
> sensor !
>
> Looking forward,
>
>
> Stéphane GARTI