Guy Builds Robot To Beat Piano Playing Game On iPad

April 29, 2016

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Because cheaters gonna cheat, this is a video demonstration of the little four-armed robot that Youtuber DenverFinn built to set the record for playing Piano Tiles 2 on the iPad. Impressive, but you want to know how to really win at Piano Tiles? Never start playing in the first place.

Hit the jump for a video of the how can I mod this into a sex toy?

Thanks to DieselNuts, who beats games the old fashioned way: paying a kid who's younger and better to do it for you then letting you put your initials in.

  • Pong Sirioput

    I've seen so many of these hobbyist built robots, I wonder why the NSA didn't just build one to brute force iPhones. The 4-digit lockout code means there are only 10,000 possible combinations. How long could it take it for a robot to attempt 10,000 logins, working 24 hours a day? When you think how easy it would be, it makes it clear the NSA was/is after access to every iPhone on the planet.

  • palpable ovaltine

    You should really check into what you're talking about. For one, it was the FBI, not the NSA. The FBI can already brute force iphones, but the particular phone being debated had been set to delete all data after 10 failed attempts. That's what the FBI wanted Apple to undo. Apple refused because they said it was too much of a burden. Had Apple agreed they would have been able to control the unlocking of the devices in the future. As a result of their stubbornness, the FBI now has the means to unlock phones and has no responsibility to tell Apple how they did it. Accessing "every iPhone on the planet" would never have been possible, given that unlocking it requires physical possession of the phone. Those claims are just PR nonsense.

  • nov4cane

    There's a setting that could delete all the data on the phone if someone tries to unlock it too many times. There are also lockouts which increase with each consecutive failed attempt. They were asking for some way to bypass this so they could try to just attempt all the combinations.

  • Zirthran

    Now, who wants to build one to beat Dark Souls?

  • Steelwire

    The Force is strong with Obi Wan Kenobi

  • TheQiwiMan

    I have much more respect for a dude who builds a robot to play this than I ever would a dude who wastes his life in order to play this manually.

  • Forblat

    I feel the same way about Rubik's cubes...

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