Autonomous iPad playing robot

Posted on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 in robotics by DP


Tom Randle made this robot that automatically plays Leap Sheep on the iPad:

On a complete whim about 2 years ago, I decided to make a robot to autonomously play one of my favourite iPhone games: Leap Sheep. The game’s nice and simple so lends itself really well to automation. Sheep run from left to right, and to play, all you need to do is tap them before they crash into the fence.

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