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We are students from Singapore Polytechnic. After looking at the famous Necomimi Arduino Cat Ears, we decided to give it a try to help us familiarise ourselves with ...
The componets and tools that we used to create the Rabbit Ears on a Cap (Hopefully we didn't miss out any thing.) The rabbit ears and the cap ...
We first planned out what we intended to do, which was to have the ears turn to the left and back to the middle repeatedly when you turn ...
Once the motors were up and moving, we placed the motors on the hairband , arranging it to the perfect spot! Using lots of Blue-Tack and masking tape to hold everything in place. ...
Now, the most difficult part, testing of the accelerometer.This was the first time we were working with accelerometers hence the tremendous amount of time spent experimenting and trying ...
We decided that by mounting the circuits on the cap, we would be able to get the accurate values. We needed to combine both circuits on a stripboard ...
We combined both the servo code and accelerometer code. From the values we found earlier , we added it to the code to make the motors turn at the correct value. ...
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