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I am new to this community and I would like to show you all my latest robot project from the weekend. I enhanced my four wheel Raspberry Pi powered robot with the Sense Hat and two servos equipped with ultrasonic sensors.
The video shows the first dry test run to check if the mechanics, servos and the Sense Hat works well. Hopefully in a few days I will give a short update. Now I start programing the ultrasonic sensors. (read more)
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In 2015 Nicholas Auman and I were commissioned byPhiladelphia music collective WorldTown SoundSystem to design and build a sound responsive light sculpture for their upcoming residency at CODA nightclub. After hitting the forums we opted to use Fadecandy micro-controllers and Neopixel LEDs for the project. (read more)
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