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Step 1: Materials
- 8 screws;
- Microcontroller (I used an Arduino board);
- A Protoboard
- A nunchuck (for nintendo wii control) with a adaptador
Note: I bought the adapter but can be easily made by following this step by step: https://www.instructables.com/id/Wii-Nunchuck-Adapter/
- Mini servos (initially, I use 2. An eye and another to the jaw);
- Batteries (attached to the computer, use the power from usb);
- Drill, various drills, a metal rod of about 20cm, glue, bits of wire, etc ...
Step 2: Riding the Skull
i detachedthe teeth and fixed then on the jaw. Note: I tried to use the most of the stuff I bought. Then I used the disposable part where the teeth were fixed.
The brain was not used because in his place will be the servos and the microcontroller.
Step 3: Preparing Eyes
Step 4: Preparing the Skull
Now just put the servomotor and make linking a guide to terms with the eye movements controlled.
Step 5: Preparing the Jaw
Step 6: Placing the Wire Jaw
Step 7: Placing Mandibular Servo
Step 8: Putting the Servant of the Eye
Step 9: Controlling the Servants
To connect the nunchuck to the Arduino, I used an adapter.
Connections are very simple. Servants were connected to pins 8 and 9, with the help of a breadboard. The power comes from the Arduino when it is connected via USB or a set of batteries when not in PC.
The software, I got on the inside and adapted to the skull.
For more information, see:
Special thanks to:
For they have helped me with their Instructables, using the nunchuck with Arduino.