Control a Light Switch With Your Own Cardboard Infinity Gauntlet #WearableWednesday
More cardboard projects please! From Ikhsan Ismail on Hackster.io:
I was Inspired by Avengers Movie, I started making Thanos Infinity Gauntlet from cardboard. In this project I used NRF24L01+ 2.4GHz Wireless RF Transceiver Modules to communicate between two Arduino boards wirelessly. The Infinity Gauntlet is the transmitter and Servos(Light Switch) are the receiver.
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