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Lol'd a bit--Poorly Drawn Lines – Comic

Poorly Drawn Lines – Comic Read it with a robot voice that made it even funnier

The drones are very good toys and tools, but usually they haven't any extra skills. I love to fly any R/C model and I just wanted to make a R/C drone that's a little bit smarter than the usual models. That's why I developed this mini voice controlled tricopter robot. The main concept is pretty easy, the drone is based on an Arduino Pro Mini board, the motors can be controlled through PWM pins. I made a bluetooth connection with my Android smartphone and using an app the phone transmits…

Voice Controlled Arduino Drone

The drones are very good toys and tools, but usually they haven't any extra skills. I love to fly any R/C model and I just wanted to make a R/C drone that's a little bit smarter than the usual models. That's why I developed this mini voice controlled tricopter robot. The main concept is pretty easy, the drone is based on an Arduino Pro Mini board, the motors can be controlled through PWM pins. I made a bluetooth connection with my Android smartphone and using an app the phone transmits…

Design a circuit that will let you create bubbles with the sound of your voice. What a fun STEAM project for kids!

Design a circuit that will let you create bubbles with the sound of your voice. What a fun STEAM project for kids! And no need to use littlebits just cheap electronic parts.

I love making beeps and bloops with the Arduino pitches library, but sometimes archaic 8-bit tunes just don't cut it. Whether you want your robot to terrify your enemies with a demonic synthetic voice, you just need a pocket boom box on the go, or you want to a miniature guitar amp, a simple LM386 amplifier can crank up those signals loud enough to play through any speaker. Materials LM386 chip 9 volt battery Perfboard 10 ohm resistor 10K potentiometer .047uF ceramic capacitor Old headpho...

How to Build Your Own Mini Altoids Guitar Amp for About $5

I love making beeps and bloops with the Arduino pitches library, but sometimes archaic 8-bit tunes just don't cut it. Whether you want your robot to terrify your enemies with a demonic synthetic voice, you just need a pocket boom box on the go, or you want to a miniature guitar amp, a simple LM386 amplifier can crank up those signals loud enough to play through any speaker. Materials LM386 chip 9 volt battery Perfboard 10 ohm resistor 10K potentiometer .047uF ceramic capacitor Old headpho...

Build little amps,  young homie. This one costs under 5 bucks for parts but if you are a packrat like me you probably have everything but the chip.

How to Build Your Own Mini Altoids Guitar Amp for About $5

The drones are very good toys and tools, but usually they haven't any extra skills. I love to fly any R/C model and I just wanted to make a R/C drone that's a little bit smarter than the usual models. That's why I developed this mini voice controlled tricopter robot. The main concept is pretty easy, the drone is based on an Arduino Pro Mini board, the motors can be controlled through PWM pins. I made a bluetooth connection with my Android smartphone and using an app the phone transmits…

Voice Controlled Arduino Drone

Accoutrements Emergency Reboot Button by Accoutrements. $10.40. Requires two AAA batteries. Can hang on a wall or sit on a desk. Perfect for IT professionals. From the Manufacturer                Blue screen of death. Robot malfunction. You need an Emergency Reboot Button. Just press the button and you will hear the sound of an alarm siren and a robot voice saying "reboot, reboot." Perfect for IT professionals and anyone whose life is a little bit buggy. Each 4-1/4" x 2-3/...

Blue screen of death? You need an Emergency Reboot Button! Just press the button and you'll hear the sound of an alarm siren and a robot voice saying "reboot, reboot." Perfect for IT professionals and anyone whose life is a little bit b

Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy - Marvin <3

Alan Rickman as the voice of Marvin was my favorite bit of the movie adaptation, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

The voice of Mickey and Minnie Mouse were actually married in real life.

Fun Fact ~ The voices of Mickey and Minnie Mouse were actually Married in real life. Wayne Anthony Allwine the voice of Mickey was married to voice actress Russi Taylor, who voiced Minnie Mouse.

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