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FPGA Flappy Bird Automated Player is (still) beatable [Project]
posted September 2 2014 14:03.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Voted as one of the most addictive game for 2014, Flappy Bird is still a game that i have not played yet, although it seems that and FPGA has!

A team of 3 (Ackerley Tng, Ankur Thakkar and Saisrinivasan Mohankumar) at Dr. Bruce Land 18s advanced microcontroller design class at Cornell Unniversity decided to build an automated Flappy Bird player using a camera, an FPGA and a penny.

After a whole semester working on the automation, the team managed to get a 10% success on getting through the first pipe and a 1% of getting thought the second pipe. With a high score of 3 it seems that the team has a lot to do for the next semester.

Lets all wish a good luck. Check out their page here.

[Via: Hackaday]    [Link: Cornell University]
 
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