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Heheheh I love your tools... toe nail clippers
Haha wow you're right, damn cyber, did you sell your side cutter by accident on the last auction?
i didnt see it go forward it has all the buttons. any plans of improving the response time because from what I've seen it youd be dead. but sick concept and mod. just need some fine tuning.
Great idea.I'm currently awaiting my speech recognition kit (SR-06)I'm a costume maker (http://marcwolf.org) who also has a keen interst in animatronics and special effects. Something I have been wanting to do for a long time is to make my suit more realistic with wagging tail, moving ears, muzzle flaps and nose wrinkles.I use the PicAXE chip range to control the servo's and to handle the sequencing.My biggest difficulty has been with the input circuitry. I have experimented with hall effect switches in the gloves fingers and a magnet on the thumb but it is still too obvious that I am entering in commands of a kind.Speech recognition looks to be the solutions.With a series of whines, growl, howls and other sounds that would match my characters character I can use them to initiate the sequences.Thanks so much for putting up the tutorials etc and for letting me know that what I am trying is workableTake CareDave
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cyberpyrot i need a soldering gun wat do you recommend (one from radioshack)
being both Cyber and I have done a lot of soldering, i think I can help you with this oneget a 15-25 watt one as cheap as you can, they all work the same. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has gone through 6-7 soldering irons tips.*When you solder stuff a lot, the gun itself actually melts away over time...
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