Hover is the development kit which is used to detect the movements of your hands while in the air and it makes the interaction without any touch. It has five-sensitive capacitive region and it makes it easy to get rid of the pesky buttons in the projects it is used for. Hover is able to recognize accurately the direction of right, left, down and up swipes for any person who is in just 5 inches of it. You can start to interact with the project you have at hand by waving the hands into the air. Besides the gestures, Hover is able to recognize the touch events at its five pads with dedicated capacitive. The kit supports multi-touch, double taps and the single taps. The kit can be used to control the servos and LEDs. You may also use capacitive pads in order to build the sensitive joysticks or the game pads for the videos games.
The kit is compatible to Spark Core, Rasbberry PI and Arduino. It uses touch and gesture controller of MGC3130. It is powered by the use of 3.3V and it is breadboard friendly. It can be used with the 5V or 3.3V microcontroller for the onboard level for shifting of the I2C lines. Hover has been designed to be minimal and this was to help the clients to get it faster. Every order comes with the fully functional Hover board and it has 7-pin header with it. You only have to plug it in the breadboard so that you may start the building. You will need to get pcDuino so that you can use it with Hover. You should get Hover which is the magical board that helps in controlling the hardware using some gestures. The Hover should be connected to a Breadboard by the use of a 7-pin header. The jumper wires are used in connecting the Hover kit.
A user may just gesture from an audience so that he can make the commands by the use of the cross-device interaction. The users may share the information or items through just making the gestures. When the users are asked about this kit, they say that the objects sharing and the remote pointing are the most valued features. However there are some people who think that it is easy to deal with the item at once instead of having to deal with them remotely. When someone points on a display, then the tracking option will identify such gesture and it will display the cursor at the shared display. The users may manipulate the available objects through making a flat palm posture with the hands and the fingers may be bunched at a palm to the display. This will put the system in a drag mode and it indicates a cursor change up to the time that the user may end such gesture. The kit may be used like an alternative of the remote manipulation while the user is able to point to the shared display by the use of the Hover kit.