Build an Automated Fruit-Ripeness Detector

Banana Scan Embedded systems can be tasked to do many things that are too tedious for humans. Watching fruit ripen is a good example. In this article learn how these three Cornell students built a device that uses spectroscopy to track the ripeness of a variety of fruit including bananas and oranges. The system uses 8230.

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