The Audrey Braille Display – LIVE! @ Utopia Mechanicus. David writes –
It’s taken far longer than I wanted, but I am finally looking at a finished prototype for theAudrey Braille Display. Made of 3mm Acrylic laser-cut pieces (via the Victoria Makerspace laser cutter), it uses two stepper motors, connects to an Arduino (and LadyAda Motor Driver board), and displays 5 characters.
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