“Janken” Rock Paper Scissors ; You Will Never Win!

The way of winning the game “Rock Paper Scissors” is not chance,”a robotic hand”  is mentioned to get what you will do in miliseconds and beat you at this game.

Ishikawa Oku Laboratory in Tokyo developed this robot that can play an infinite number of games of rock-paper-scissors without losing over the human opponents. as the real hand plays either rock, paper, or scissors  the programmed competitor nearly instantly determines its physical arrangement and shape and concludes which configuration to assume to beat it.

Images: Ishikawa Oku Laboratory

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