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Iron Man Repulsor Controlled by Muscle Movement #ElectronicHalloween

Interactive Iron Man repulsor by Advancer Technologies on Instructables, triggered by muscle movement in your forearm! The Adafruit Wave Shield for Arduino also features prominently.

Simply flex your forearm muscle and hear the repulsor charge up, then relax your forearm to fire (lighting up the LEDs on your palm and playing explosion sound effects). As an added flair for realism, when you turn on the system, J.A.R.V.I.S.’s voice takes you through the boot up and calibration sequence.


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Adafruit electronic halloween light

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