Hand Controlled Motion

Example Description
Learn about how hand gestures and motions can be translated into commands that control the movement of objects.


The hand-controlled motion refers to the ability to control the movement of an object using hand gestures or motions. This can be accomplished through the use of various technologies, such as sensors or motion tracking devices, that detect the movements of the hand and translate them into commands that control the motion of the object.

Hand-controlled motion has a wide range of applications, including in virtual reality and gaming, robotics, prosthetics, and assistive technologies for individuals with disabilities. By allowing for intuitive and natural control of motion, hand-controlled motion can enhance the user’s experience and increase their ability to interact with and manipulate the world around them.



  1. Begin by initializing the Humanoid extension.
  2. Set specific values for the speed, left-hand offset, left-hand amplifier, period, and phase variable using set() to ().
  3. Then use a forever loop to continuously execute the necessary tasks.
  4. Furthermore, utilize the repeat until loop to repeat the tasks until a specific period has passed.
  5. Calculate a specific angle to set the current position, then position the right hand accordingly to start oscillating from that angle using the set() to () block.
  6. Then apply similar mathematical calculations and set the left hand to the same angle.
  7. Finally, Both hands will move by the calculations due to the forever loop.


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