NEW GUIDE: John Park’s Overwatch Prop Gun Lucio’s Blaster Pt.2 @adafruit @johnedgarpark
Want to keep on building that prop gun from Overwatch that you love so much? You know the one — It’s Lucio’s blaster! In part 1, we made the individual functions — lights, music, and sound effects — come to life. Now, check out my guide for part 2 in which we integrate those circuits into one system.
Build your own Overwatch Lucio Blaster! Use Arduino, NeoPixels, MP3 Music Maker, Audio FX board, and a 20 watt amplifier to drive the impressive blasting sound effects, lights, and music from this Overwatch prop gun! In part two, combine the electronics into an integrated system.
First, we combine the lights and music:
Then, we add in the sound effects, power supplies, and more!
Stay tuned for part three: things are gonna get small.
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