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  1. Gauging Interest: Raspberry Pi as audio servo controller

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    I've just started working on writing software to use a Raspberry Pi an an audio servo controller to control the jaw of a skull (filling the role otherwise filled by a Scary Terry type board, or Jawduino or Wee Little Talker). The code will be released as free open source once I've got the...
  2. Electronic/Software: AtmosFX Unliving Portrait

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    Hi, Here's my take in the AtmosFX unliving portrait. Controlled by a Raspberry Pi Zero, PIR activated. The project would be a lot simpler if the monitor had hdmi and USB, but it was a old monitor by father was going to throw away and I thought I know what I can use that for.
  3. Prop Showcase: Alexa, AKA Yorick, is ready for Trick-or-Treaters

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    I upgraded my 3-Axis skull / Alexa project so that he/she now has a split personality, speaking in two voices depending upon how you address him/her. We'll see how she goes at her first Halloween tonight. You can check out a video of each: Alexa Yorick
  4. Lighting: RaspberryPi for controlling AC power--not just on / off, but dimming & RF control?

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    RaspberryPi for controlling AC power--not just on / off, but dimming & RF control? My wife is pushing me to pick something for my birthday, rapido. Today. I've always heard RaspberryPi is great for Halloween / Christmas / Home automation. I'm not a developer; just write the occasional...
  5. Prop Showcase: Project Yorick

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    I was looking for something to do with my 3-Axis skull the other 364 days of the year, and decided to make it an Alexa device: More about the project is on my blog, The Aspiring Roboticist.
  6. Electronic/Software: Halloween Controller RPi - Control your Halloween lights, triggers, props, sounds.

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    Hi All, In the past i've designed and built my own Controllers but it's reached its limits, so I'm currently developing a software that makes use of the Raspberry Pi 2 capabilities to control RELAYS, INPUTS, SOUNDS and HIGH POWER outputs. I would love to get some feedback from people here on...