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Falchion

Guess who made TOP 10 in the science fair?  :smiley-mr-green:

JimboZA

Awesome.... well done!

So post a few pix so we can see how the whole thing turned out....

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Falchion

Here is a picture of the finished product.  :smiley-mr-green:

Falchion

Here's the board and the hand too.

JimboZA

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Feb 09, 2013, 06:05 am Last Edit: Feb 09, 2013, 06:10 am by JimboZA Reason: 1
Thanks, and Well Done, again....

Looks like you used the Uno as a backing plate for attaching the hand?

Next you need to get that up on YouTube so others can see what you did and how it works.

Also I'm pretty sure the guys at Science Buddies would be keen to see that you put their motor idea into practice.

Edit: Nice display board, too
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Falchion

I'll make sure I do that. Also, I might be a potential winner for the science fair at my school, and if I get 1st or 2nd place, I get to go to a prestigious college to show my project off.  8)

JimboZA

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I get to go to a prestigious college to show my project off


Well that would be fantastic.

.... and maybe meet Sheldon, Leonard, Rajesh and Howard.....

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