Using Machine Learning To Mind Control A Flamethrower #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Obviously, do not try this at home. This project is wrought with danger but it is a pretty neat proof of concept using a Raspberry pi. From Nathaniel F. on Hackster.io:
A mind controlled flamethrower that works off of thoughts of fire: no need to try to control your meditation or concentration values.
The core of the project is the mind control and machine learning aspect. To do this part of the project, you only need the HC-05, any computer fast enough (I used a Raspberry Pi 4), and a mindflex. By the end, you will control any hardware or software switch you can connect to a Raspberry Pi!
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