Motion-based iPod remote control

Wax On Volume Mov The goal of the motion-based iPod remote control was to design and build a remote control for the iPod that responds to a user’s motion. An accelerometer is used to detect the motion of a user. A microprocessor then interprets these movements and sends the appropriate commands to the iPod via its remote control port. [via] Link.

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