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Im looking to recreate the effects that the International Spy Museum in D.C. has on display of their Aston Martin DB5. I can wire, and solder, but not to good with programing end. What parts list would you recommend to achieve the following:
push a momentary switch that will activate 2 linear actuators that push the headlights down and activate a group of LEDs that flash with the mp3 sound of guns firing. Then everything stops when the button is released. Cheers
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You will need to select actuators that can deliver enough force and speed to move the headlamps at the speed you want. Quite likely you will be able to identify a heavy duty modeling servo that can do the job. Then you'd need an MP3 player shield, and a transistor to supply power to your LEDs/lamps. Oh, and you'd need the switch, and some DC power supplies. Nothing especially difficult or unusual needed though, as far as I can see.
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thx!
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I know a lot of Spudders fire pneumatic cannons using the air compressor built into their car. You might be able to do something with pneumatic actuators if you need a little more power without taxing the electrical system.
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