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The cup-jellyfish will “hop around” to show its anger when you push its “son”, which is actually a button. Also, when you feed it with a small fish, ...
Materials you need: -a disposable cup -scotch tape -some soft threads -scissors -conductive threads -a coil of wire -wire strippers -Arduino Uno board -motoproto shield with Arduino -some ...
Make a jellyfish body with a disposable cup.
Use threads to attach the motor to the jellyfish body, with the motor plugged into the A2 port of the Arduino Uno board.
Connect some LED in a parallel. Attach them to a round paperboard, which is about the size of the jellyfish body. Connect the LED anodes to the positive ...
Use electrical wire to make a small fish, and connect it to the negative terminal of wire B with a conductive thread. (The fish should be conductive.) So ...
Attach the round board (with LED) to the jellyfish body. Keep one end of wire A out of the jellyfish body, so that we can “feed” Jelly with ...
Plugged the Arduino in to your computer, and set up programming with Modkit (http://www.modk.it/), so the jellyfish could move as you want it to.
Decorate the button of Arduino board. Make it look like a son jellyfish. Here's a video of the moving cup-jelly.
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