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Halloween bot

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This Halloween bot is a perfect companion for your halloween evening.  It senses a person or even a dog coming and turns around, asks them "Trick or Treat" but also offers a piece of candy for either of them.  It uses Ultrasound sensors to detect the object in front.  I also recorded my own voice and added them into the bot.

 

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5 Comments

  1. bbratzel

    I wish the trick or treaters that came to my house brought ME candy. What a generous bot you built. I love its scary voice!

  2. simpson

    Your voice saying “please, take some candy” was so scary tha I suppose if sb came on Halloween to your house wolud be afraid of it 🙂 Did you use it on Halloween? I could be a surprise.

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