GestureAI-CoreML-iOS - Hand-gesture recognition on iOS app using CoreML

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This app is using RNN(Recurrent Neural network) with CoreML on iOS11. The model recognizes the gesture as long as the center button is pressed. Click here to read more about GestureAI.

https://github.com/akimach/GestureAI-CoreML-iOS

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