Rock-Paper-Scissors Machine

A summer science project based on a classic game.
By Kaz Sato

This summer, Kaz Sato and his 12-year-old son built a machine that plays rock-paper-scissors with you. It detects your hand gestures by using a combination of sensors attached to a glove (made with Little Bits) and a very simple machine learning algorithm powered by TensorFlow. Then, the machine selects the appropriate hand pose to respond with. Learn more about the project here.
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