BPN713: Ring GINA: Highly Miniaturized Ring-Format Wearable Mote


Computer input devices such as mice and keyboards have remained largely unchanged since the dawn of the personal computer. The Ring GINA platform is capable of sensing and interpreting a user’s hand and finger movements to emulate and enhance the functions of these standard input devices. A wearable platform frees the user from the need to know hand position relative to a keyboard or mouse, and grants the ability to perform gestures in open space or on any surface. Here, a method is presented that utilizes these rings as a text input system. In moving forward, efforts are being focused on developing new revisions of the GINA platform that can communicate using not only 802.15.4, but also Bluetooth.

Project end date: 03/02/15

Publication date: 
February 26, 2015
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Final/Archive)
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