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Link to Operation of it:https://www.instagram.com/p/BOvRPhSgG6huIEMp_TeMrT...Am very happy with it. Once the electrodes heat up, there is zero noise. The music comes across quite well, and the mosfets stay cool/warm, well within acceptable range. The only problem is, is powering it. Currently use a moped battery, which allows it to run for a continuous 1.5-2 hours, followed by a recharge.
Why not just put Makeblock's mDraw softwarte on it? The design appears identical to theirs... :P
Why not just put Makeblock's mDraw software on it? The design appears identical to theirs... :P
That shopping list.You got my vote.
That's as easy as getting a few photoresistors, arduino, and some method of triggering the screen (The design I used a while back involved solenoids). Unfortunately, I never really documented it, and didn't save the code. It only took a grand total of 15 minutes to write, and I was fresh at arduino IDE at the time.(Basically consists of the photo resistor detecting the color change, and the arduino powering the correlating solenoid.)
Seriously thinking of building this for a school funded project (credit will be given where it is due)Could you PM me the exact servos, high torque servo, arduino motor shields, and infrared sensors that you used?
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