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Steampunk Professor Xavier Wheelchair Project – powered with an Adafruit Waveshield!

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INCREDIBLE PROJECT! Steampunk Professor Xavier Wheelchair Project – powered with an Adafruit Waveshield!

SMEEON writes…

Finally got around to adding together some video clips I took. I had a lot of people asking about what it does and how, so here is a little walk through.

Photos here!

This is exactly what we made the Waveshield for. And this is exactly vodka and cranberry juice was made for.


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7 Comments

  1. I don’t know, I think using an arduino is coping our from the whole steam-punk thing. Truly if you want to go steam punk, all you get to use is Steam & Tubing. But, I guess I can see caving in an usuing an arduino. Beatiful job!

  2. What an amazing job, the sound effects really take it to the next level!

  3. VERY EXCELLANT!

  4. This is just too cool for words. Thanks for the video.

  5. awsume….everything

  6. This is the most spectacular thing ever. Seriously, it sets the bar for steampunk gadgets.

  7. it sounds like a toilet flushing when it drives, i sure hope you can turn the sounds off and on when wanting it.

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