For my wedding gift to Lauren, I wanted to make something, obviously, because that’s what I do. I decided on an arduino based music box for a number of reasons. It didn’t require a lot of parts. It was something that I knew I could figure out, but hadn’t tried yet. It was something I could easily customize and make special and meaningful for us, and it was something I thought Lauren would enjoy. Read on for an explanation on how it works, pics, vids and of course, schematics and files!
As some of you know, I used legos to propose to my now wife, Lauren. The next logical step was to try to figure out a way to work legos into our wedding. I tried to find lego cake toppers online, but I wasn’t satisfied with anything I found. I obviously wasn’t going to let that stop me. Here, for all of you, are the lego cake toppers I designed, complete with parts list and instruction booklet for each figure.
kookiebot 1 is a remotely controlled cat toy throwing robot. it is made out of legos, and is controlled by an arduino and a raspberry pi, along with an nxt motor shield for the arduino. there is also a tiny servo motor that is used to control the loading of a new cat toy onto the launcher. behold: