Servo Magazine (September 2017)

Bob, the Talking Skull Controlled by Jawduino!

By Jeff Haas    View In Digital Edition  


The Jawduino is a fun and interesting take on the talking skull genre of devices. By using an inexpensive LED VU meter coupled to an Arduino, we can sample audio volume levels at three distinct amplitudes and create a realistic jaw movement that will keep the kids entertained and the scaredy cats off your porch this Halloween!

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