Nice project from robertd5 in the Adafruit forums!
The Principal of our school retired and as you might imagine he always had some good lines.
So I made the “Ask Rich”, that with the press of a button the advice keeps coming.
The bust is a 3D printed scan of him created using Skanect and the Xbox 360.
The Box is from a Hobby store that has a Lobby.
The on/off switch is one I had laying around.
The rest is from Adafruit
Adafruit Audio FX Sound Board + 2x2W Amp – WAV/OGG Trigger -16MB
Large Arcade Button with LED – 60mm Red (I replaced the original LED with a color changing LED)
(2) Speaker – 3″ Diameter – 4 Ohm 3 Watt
Lipo Back Pack
and an Adafruit LiPo battery.
Here is quick video.
Attached are some pics of the building process.
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