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Thursday, July 19, 2018

How We Built Our Facial Recognition Ferris Wheel

At Coolest Projects 2018, we showcased the Wia platform with a facial recognition ferris wheel — if you're smiling, the wheel turns; if you're not smiling, it stops. Today, we're going to talk about how we built this project, and maybe you'll be inspired to build something like it! What We Used Lego Ferris wheel kit Arduino MKR 1000 L293D motor driver High torque DC motor Breadboard Raspberry Pi Zero W Raspberry Pi Camera Module (we used this one) The Lego Ferris Wheel For the Ferris wheel itself, we decided to go with this Lego kit. It took about 7 hours or so to complete. This kit has an optional add-on motor, but we decided to create our own solution.

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