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Halloween painting with moving eyes
No problem, have a spooky Halloween!
The only issue is the amount of clearance between the frame we've used and the wall, ping pong balls would have to be cut at quite a shallow angle. But if you can find a fatter frame, it would be a great addition!
As a low tech alternative you could use ping pong balls cut in half w/ the concave side forward & cut to fit the eye openings. Paint eyes in the inside of the curve & hot glue to the back of the painting. Now the eyes will follow the viewer in any direction like those in the haunted mansion @ Disneyland. Great job though. Looks like fun! - qdogg
haha! Great work on that. Make my day. thanks. - Eh Lie Us!
DiddyBorg: The Mini 6 wheeled Raspberry Pi Robot!
PiCy - The Tiny Raspberry Pi Powered Robot!
Did it works with Raspberry Pi 3?
It works with both :)
You can buy it on our website Http://www.piborg.org/diddyborg
Does this work with a Raspberry Pi 2 or only Raspberry Pi?
Where can I buy this Unassembled kit in India
Hello. I built the diddyborg, and one of the motors does not spin sometimes. When I spin the wheel, it feels a lot lighter than the other 5 wheels. Is something wrong with the motor/gearbox?
How is this robot controlled autonomously? and by means of what sensors? infrared? ultrasound? camera?
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