Homekit Gesture Controller
I saw fibaro SWIPE for Z-Wave SmartHome and i didn’t find any similar solution for Homekit…
So I decide to do my own. And of course share with all of You.
Sometimes it’s easier to “use finger” than look for the right icon on your phone.
Personally I rather to use physical buttons and switches.
And i order gesture recognition sensor CJMCU-7620. It can identify 9 kinds of gestures.
In first project i create 3 Stateless Button with 3 events each. But i didn’t like it becouse I had to divide gesture for three . Then iOS 13 comes with sensor grouping (I know that lot’s of people hate that) but it’s greate solution to create 9 motions sensors that can be used in automations.
So that’s how it looks like:
For my home I’m not using all aviable gestures. I just use it for TV control.
Up and Down for switching channels and clockwise to vol up and anticloclwise to vol down.
You need to be careful assining actions becouse sometime sensor will recognize two gestures and run scene that You didn’t want:)
After some time you will get practice and mistakes will be less common:)
1) Connect Wemos D1 mini or nodeMCU to CJMCU-7620 (see wiring section)
2) Get firmware from Download page
3) use miniUSB to burn flash ESP (See how)
4) That’s it! Go and PAIR your device
VCC -> 3.3V
GND -> G
SCL -> D6
SDA -> D7
Hope You’ll find it useful in Your home setup. Let me know how You use it maybe i’ll find more inspiration.
Not yet. I decide to use CJMCU-7620 becouse APDS-9960/9930 supports fewer gestures.
Wow. It’s nice stuff