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With the Arduino module and the Lego Brick Strips, you can create a custom game controller for HelloRun. Since the game is operated only with the up and down keys on your keyboard, it means that the Arduino module can send those keypresses. The code (included below) listens for ON signals from two roller switches and sends the appropriate key press to control the game.
Two littlebits synth kits, one Roland Juno-60 synthesizer, two amps. Recorded live, using a handheld Zoom recorder. And using the same setup, a more rhythm-noise chunk: http://jonciliberto.com/sounds/2014/10-27-2014-monumental-bliss-A.mp3 There is a little drawing of the circuit.
http://youtu.be/xa8-5EOo3lo Using the Arduino Bit as a simple analog processor to allow more flexible modulation of things such as filter cutoff to produce some really wild sounds. Beginner level programming and uses only a few lines of code.
This project shows how easy is to add functionality to a previous enabled LittleBits project.It adds the sound trigger bit to the project located at http://littlebits.cc/projects/halloween-calaca-tricwithbits and creates a totally new prop for this coming Halloween.Place your "evil pirate skull" in a dark area close to where people transit and wait to see their reaction. The pirate skull randomly plays any number of predefined messages, turning on his red eyes and moving his jaw.Happy Halloween.!!!
I've created this project as we were leaving our baby girls and our apartment to the grand parents for a few days.My 3 year old can push the little heart to send us an sms that says "hello Parents" and we can answer back by waving the big heart.She used it twice, we used it 6 times over the weekend. :) The sms is sent with IFTTT. We use Cloud Control interface to reply.
I molded an LED light wire into the shape of a pumpkin. I then attached a sound sensor to my project. When you turn out the lights and say "BOO," "Happy Halloween," or make any kind of noise, the pumpkin lights up! You may need to turn your lights out to see the contrast between the dark background and the lit up pumpkin in the video.
The Spinning Replicator is a copy machine. It can scan an illustration and draw a copy of it without any kind of programming, just littleBits, LEGO elements and a marker. It moves like a gramophone, with two discs that rotates and a lever that travels from center to border. The lever has two sides, one has a light sensor and the other has a marker attached to a servo. When the light sensor is over a dark area, the marker goes down, when the sensor finds a bright area, the marker goes up. When the copy is complete, the roller switch is released, the motors stops and the cloudBit send me a phone notification.