2021-05-20 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Visual feedback

I needed a better way to visualize the signal from my infrared receiver because the numerical feedback on a serial terminal was not intuitive. I looked for the command to draw lines on my screen, which cycled less frequently than serial data, but it was easy to see. The noise was still apparent, but I thought it might see a pattern, but that was not the case. I turned off the emitters, and the noise went away like before, but my television remote and IR camera had no effect. When I unplugged the microcontroller and ran on the battery, the noise calmed down, and my infrared spotlight made it behave like a distance sensor. I still need to do more testing, and it may not be feasible to use this configuration.
Signal strength to proximity

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