Hello. First post, but I've been lurking for quite a while. Trying to learn as much as possible, have learned alot so far, you guys rock! But I still have a long way to go.
I've been starting a new project that ive got mostly figured out on a mega board (since that's all I had) and I need to make this whole arrangement fit into a fairly small case, and want to know if a nano board will work for what I want.
Basically, I have 3 lights I'll be controlling, now they are LED's but I will need to figure out a brighter light later. I also have a speaker, and IR sensor and remote. And lastly I will need to play beeps from the speaker, as well as a sound file. Ive got most of this figured out on a mega board, but wanted to know if a nano board can handle it.
And basically what I'm building is a cosplay prop. A shock collar (TAME Collar) from the movie zootopia. Basically i want to use the remote to use 3 buttons. First button turns on a green light and plays a beep, second button turns on a yellow light and plays a deeper beep, the third button turns on a red light, a really deep beep, And then plays a sound that sounds like an electric shock . I've got alot of it figured out and coded on the mega board, but its just far to big. I'm going to be making a case out of resin and it has to be small enough to fit on a collar around my neck. I have a lithium usb battery pack ill keep in my pocket and run a cord to power it.
The main concern I have is weather the nano can handle this, or if there's a different board i should be using. Sorry if this seems really newbish, I just can't find any sources describing to to determine which board is best for certain functions. Thanks!