CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS!

Pixy2 Camera and Pan-tilt Mount Packs,

“Lego sorting machine which can move Lego pieces to different containers based on colour”

Philip Mc, AUSTRALIA

“I would make the Pixy into a robot to follow a human wearing a colour tag. I want to develop a virtual pet or robot.”

Folger K, AUSTRALIA

“Scavenger hunt robot. Look for and follow one color to determine the next color to seek then seek it. Repeat till final prize is found.”

John W, UNITED STATES

“I would like to use PIXY2 in a small robot hidden in a ball for my pet to play with, I will draw lines on the floor and let PIXY2 control my robot to follow the tracks and train my pet to play with it.”

Christopher K, AUSTRALIA

“I would like to try and build a robot that responds to mini traffic control signal Red, yellow, green.”

Martin W, AUSTRALIA

Pixy2 Camera,

“Explore and experiment with using colours and images to create music based on the boomwhackers colour standard. Pixy2 will read colour images from gloves, cards or tracks and these will be feed into a MIDI based controller based on either the Raspberry Pi or Arduino. In addition play a coloured xylophone or hand bells and Pixy2 will convert this in a MIDI sequence ready to Ableton Live.”

Philip M, AUSTRALIA

“Automatic reading and translation of resistor color codes.”

Goran G, Sweden

“I would like to set up the pixy to monitor an orange tree to count and alert on ripe fruit depending on the colour. It may also monitor the colour of the grass to identify low watering and specific types of weeds.”

David W, AUSTRALIA

“My 'Sphero' Ocean Explorer project needs an upgrade to a Pixy2! The coloured lines would be perfect for a Pixy2 to traverse, disguised as a ship and imitating the "Early Explorers" voyages that the students are studying!”
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Tonia P, AUSTRALIA

“Hi! I have a very creative and imaginative daughter (who is on the autism spectrum) who seems excited about robots and inventions and always at me with ideas, the last one being a robot pen that can do laser drawings in the sky. Needless to say I cant get close to making things she is imagining but this Pixy2 should help achieve some of the cool ideas.”

Daniel W, AUSTRALIA

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