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Arduino Activity Board #Arduino

Special thanks to Kevin for sending this project in! Kevin writes:

I made an activity board for my 2 year old niece to play
with. It’s a Arduino based lights and motor controlled board for keeping her attention. She can turn on and off a fan with an Adafruit breakbeam sensor. Control a near/far sensor, press a bunch of buttons, and plug in an Ethernet cable.

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