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Build your own L3-37 droid complete with voice interaction #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi #MakeRobotFriend

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YouTube channel PatchBOTS made an incredible L3-37 Alexa. Via TechCrunch:

Robot maker Patrick Stefanski has created a 3D-printed – and animated – model of L3-37, the droid in the recent Solo movie. L3-37 is one of the funnest – and woke – droids in recent memory and this recreation is fun and ingenious.

Stefanski used Alexa voice controls to let the robot head respond to voice commands and he set the wake word to “Hey L3” to which the robot responds with a grumpy “What!”

The version you see above is painted and weathered but you can 3D print your own pristine version from here and then add in a Raspberry Pi and Arduino with a simple servo to control the head motion. In all it looks like a lot of fun and the hardest part will be printing all of the larger head parts necessary to recreate L3’s saucer-like dome.

Read more and check out the project on YouTube and GitHub!


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