As though an electric mountain board isn’t cool enough for zipping around, this industrious inventor just added wireless control. We previously featured Andres Guzman’s mountain board which, at the time, was controlled via a PlayStation Controller. This time, he uses a glove laced with sensors & switches to control the device
A power supply and an Arduino are mounted to the glove, as well as a transceiver serving as the communication link between the board and the glove. Speed control is provided by a flex sensor and a dead-man switch stops the board if Guzman takes a fall. An awesome build to add to our collection of robotics & Arduino projects!