Via Raspberry Pi Pod
Robin Newman, who managed to do far more with Sonic Pi than I ever could, has done it again. This time, he’s programmed Sonic Pi with some voice samples which sends commands, via a (pretty darned excellent) PiCon Zero controller board, to two 4tronix McRoboFaces (yet to be put on sale, but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time!). This makes them have a conversation and even involves the telling of a (cracker-worthy) joke…
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