An automatic system for rolling a polyhedral die and taking photos of the rolls; extracting the image of just the die from those images; clustering the images of the die by which face is shown; and analyzing the results.
Button Men is a dice game for two players invented by James Ernest of Cheapass Games and first released in 1999.
Games are short, typically taking less than ten minutes to play. Each player is represented by a playing card of their choice, bearing the name and illustration of the combatant ("Button Man" or "fighter") assumed by the player. Each button indicates the quantity and maximum value (and abilities if any) of the player's dice.