A few of our engineers from UgCS team recently built a project in their off-time that we thought some of you might be interested in seeing.
Since kids having lots of Lego bricks can cause somewhat of a chaos, the guys from our team have built an automated lego sorter to deal with this problem. It uses a vibratory bowl feeder and an artificial neural network (ANN) to feed the bricks up a path, identify them and sort. Currently, in the prototype version, it's only working with maximum brick sizes of 4x2, but with some modifications it can be made to accept a wider range of Lego bricks.
Here's the video of it in action:
We're curious to hear your thoughts on it and maybe some ideas on where it could be used or how it can be improved.
If you are interested in development of this prototype to a more advanced device, feel free to drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wishing you a happy Holiday Season and drone-ful 2018,