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Hi Suresh,

 

The glove design is going through constant flux right now, and there isn't really a complete kit design or start-to-finish set of instructions that you can reference. Instead, I would recommending looking through the following resources for the most helpful info:

The Facebook photo albums have a lot of detail. I'm trying to work on cleaning up the code base for a limited set of functionality (basic touch + motion) even though many parts of the code have yet to be written. Watch the FB or Twitter feeds for the latest updates.

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hello sir....first i'll interface with gloves and computer...i  need to know...how to attach the keypad in gloves? i want clear overview  about the connection and many varieties of gloves available in market..please suggest me which type of gloves is best(handmounted keypad)?

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Hi Suresh,

 

I am not sure which of the gloves that you mention are better for what you're building; the only one that I have used that is similar is the UltimaGlove 2 handbell glove, which has a velcro strap for reinforcement:

 

http://kremerresources.com/handbell-supplies/handbell-gloves/index.html

 

On that page, you would want the one labeled "UltimaGlove 2 (NO palm dots)", for $5. It's a very good glove. The other one I have used is the Ektelon Classic Pro racquetball glove, which is available in left-handed or right-handed orientations:

 

http://www.amazon.com/Ektelon-Classic-Racquetball-Glove-Left-Handed/dp/B000GFJRW6

http://www.amazon.com/Ektelon-Classic-Racquetball-Glove-Right-Handed/dp/B000GFPKLS

 

As for the actual wiring, that depends entirely on how you want the glove to behave and what your host processor (MCU) is. You will probably need to use some of the GPIOs on your MCU, and poll through them rapidly to see which are connected, or which ones have a particular logic level. Again, this depends on your glove design and how you intend for it to work. This is a particularly challenging task, and I haven't even figured out how to do it well yet.

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thank u jrowberg...u have any iEEE papers or any published paper.. related to your project?

 

Hi Suresh,

 

Currently the only thing that I have published is what you see on the Keyglove website, though there was a newspaper article which discussed the Keyglove among a couple of other Kickstarter projects:

 

http://www.roanoke.com/living/1703324-12/arts--extras-kickstarter-providing-capital-successes-in.html

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