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Airsoft Gun IR controlled turret could fit on an IS1
posted April 2 2011 19:28.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Chris from pyroelectro informed me about his latest project. I received this email 2 days ago, but unfortunately due to lack of time i did not post any blog entries at all. Chris made an awesome airsoft gun turret housed in a Tupperware plastic container. The turret is controlled with IR through a TV remote controller. The circuit is based on the PIC 18F4520 microcontroller. The gun is a Crosman Semi-Automatic Dual-Powered Mini AirSoft Gun. It has 2 servos to move the turret left-right and the barrel up-down. Chris writes always full and detailed documentation for his projects, which you can find in this link. Thanks [Chris]

Oh, BTW, IS1 was a WW2 Russian tank, which first introduced the spherical turret

[Link: pyroelectro]
Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   rc servo   microcontroller   pic   remote control (RC)   wireless   mechanical   games and fun   crazy designs   warfare   knives/guns   

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