Machine learning is only about as complicated as cereal and marshmallows in this guide.
This project from Google uses a laptop's built-in camera to identify various cereal and marshmallows. The computer then sorts them based on a model you train. A Circuit Playground Express communicates with the computer to decide when to sort which marshmallow/cereal via a micro servo.
- 8.5" x 11" paper (cardstock preferred)
- Tape or glue stick
- Scissors or hobby knife
- Googly Eyes
- Cereal like Lucky Charms, or other bite-sized bits that can be classified in two parts.