Increíble máquina usa redes neuronales para identificar y organizar todas y cada una de las piezas de Lego creadas a día de hoy





Increíble máquina usa redes neuronales para identificar y organizar todas y cada una de las piezas de Lego creadas a día de hoy.

Over two years in the making, this is the world's first Universal LEGO Sorting Machine, an AI-powered automated sorting machine that is capable of recognizing and sorting any LEGO part that has ever been produced*. Follow me on Twitter for more updates and information about this and other projects: https://twitter.com/JustASquid/ Be sure to check out my video about how I designed an artificial intelligence system to recognize LEGO parts: https://youtu.be/-UGl0ZOCgwQ I have also written some articles about some of the technology underlying the sorting machine: https://towardsdatascience.com/a-high... https://towardsdatascience.com/how-i-... If you'd like to contact me, you can reach me on Twitter (https://twitter.com/JustASquid/) Or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-we...) Or email daniel DOT west DOT 279 AT gmail.com Music from the album 'Mirage' by the one and only Sam Gossner: https://samulis.bandcamp.com/album/mi... Filming by my good friend Larry: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2iy... Editing and thumbnail by the incredible Test-Object - he's open for commissions: dieter DOT theuns AT gmail.com This project would not have been possible without the use of some incredible open source hardware and software: The Ldraw Part Library: https://ldraw.org The Raspberry Pi Computer: https://raspberrypi.org Blender: https://blender.org Tensorflow: https://tensorflow.org The Rebrickable part database: https://rebrickable.com * (Subject to some limitations, e.g. parts that are unable to fit in the machine, flexible/articulated parts, parts not in the LDraw part library, etc)