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Wave Shield kit holder

by jensa, published

Wave Shield kit holder by jensa Oct 17, 2012

Description

This thing has moved to Youmagine youmagine.com/users/jensa so I don't also get sued by Stratasys...

Want to scare some scarers for Halloween? Use Adafruit's Music & sound add-on pack, an Arduino, an IR-sensor & a 9V battery and mount it in this box.

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I'd love to, but stupid me forgot to take pictures of the 5 kits I made :-/ All I have for now is this pic of an earlier version of it http://flashgamer.com/a/hallow...

Doesn't really show the end result, but gives you an idea I guess?

Love this Arduino box and project. Could you provide a photo of the finished project?

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Instructions

Just print the box on a well calibrated printer and all the parts (http://www.adafruit.com/products/175) will snap into this box. Place the Wave shield on the Arduino and snap it in. Power it with the 9V battery and connect the IR sensor and speaker by pressing them into their sockets.

Just position the box wherever you want to sense bypassers and play sound. My 9V battery lasted about 3 hours when used with this (http://www.adafruit.com/products/1031) IR Sensor. Attached to this thing is also the Arduino source I used to run the 5 boxes I made as well as a un-booleaned Rhino file in case someone want's to modify things.

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hein0170 on Oct 17, 2012 said:

Love this Arduino box and project. Could you provide a photo of the finished project?

jensa on Oct 17, 2012 said:

I'd love to, but stupid me forgot to take pictures of the 5 kits I made :-/ All I have for now is this pic of an earlier version of it http://flashgamer.com/a/hallow...

Doesn't really show the end result, but gives you an idea I guess?

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