Now that you've built a Rock, Paper, Scissors game for yourself, try making it more accessible for other folks!

The model is only as good as the data you give it. To make this model work for more people, collect images of many different hands. If you can train with hands that are feminine and masculine, old and young, small and large, and with different skin tones, you'll end up with a better model that will work for more people.

You can also use this project as a template to do other types of gesture applications and trigger different actions with the BrainCraft.

To learn how to update your Lobe model with images taken from the Pi Camera, check out this tutorial:

Happy making!

This guide was first published on Mar 31, 2021. It was last updated on 2021-03-30 15:36:50 -0400.

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