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Arduino sound-responsive Halloween skull

Posted on Thursday, October 27th, 2011 in Arduino, code, Holiday, sensors by the machinegeek

Boris presents this project just in time for Halloween. It’s a simple Halloween skull which employs an Arduino to read the level from sound sensors and controls a servo connected to the skull’s mandible. You can see more project details and get the source code from the Open-Electronics website.

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