1. Dutch company Studio diip, which specializes in image recognition, gave this fish a taste of sweet freedom.
2. Using a webcam, RC-car frame, and some crafty motion detection, the fish can steer itself.
3. Computer vision detects its location and movement, and the vehicle goes the direction that the fish swims.
4. For the tech-inclined, here’s a breakdown of the RC buggy.
For more info, visit Studio diip’s site.
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