Roboticist Builds Mechanical Aimbot That Can Outperform Pros

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Image: Kamal Carter

A roboticist has built a mechanical aimbot with pixel scanning technology that can compete against pros. Kamal Carter programmed it using Python, and it was trained and tested using Aim Lab, and after two months of development, it achieved a high score of 118,494. The highest score for Valorant at the time was 138,944. The robot would’ve scored higher, but one of its wheel motors burned out during the test. Some have already joked that Kamal should’ve used a better gaming mouse. Skynet is no doubt keeping an eye on the project.

Source: Hackaday (via PC Gamer)

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