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Automatic Harmonica
posted September 8 2010 16:42.27




toka15l is building an Arduino controlled automatic harmonica, even though the project is not completed yet and modifications needed in the programing and some noise dampening material in the motor case, if you listen close you can recognize the "Daisy Bell" tune played.
A melodic project we wait to hear it completed.

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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   rc servo   music   microcontroller   arduino   mechanical   
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