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1  Using Arduino / Audio / Re: Help turning objects into sound triggers on: February 10, 2012, 10:00:10 am
Have you used a RFID tag before? Which do you recommend? I have not and am trying to figure out how and if they could work for my school project. Ideally I want to have a row of dolls and stuffed animals that when picked up or touched trigger a sound (I really want sentences). Could I place the RFID on the back of the doll, so when the doll is picked up it faces the Arduino to trigger the sound, or will the RFID set off the Arduino simple by being in the same vicinity, if so can you adjust the radius?

I am also wondering about producing the sound itself. Is the Arduino enough or do I need to set up a MIDI controller, speaker, or some other method I am not aware of.
2  Using Arduino / Sensors / Need a good Motion Sensor on: February 10, 2012, 12:48:39 am
I am trying to make an interactive sculpture where I place sensors on 4-5 different objects, so when they are moved, touched, or picked up they digger a sound. Any suggestions? There are so many sensors it is hard to know where to start. Thanks.
3  Using Arduino / Audio / Help turning objects into sound triggers on: February 10, 2012, 12:25:37 am
I want to take 4-5 objects, hook each up to a motion sensor, and have each produce a different designated sound or sentence when they are touched or picked up. The idea just popped in my mind, so I will begin doing research and add any useful information I find, but I need help. I do not know where to start, what I need, or how to connect everything through my Arduino uno. Thanks.
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