Build your own L3-37 droid complete with voice interaction

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Robotic maker Patrick Stefanski has created a 3D-printed – and animated – mannequin of L3-37, the droid within the latest Solo film. L3-37 is among the funnest – and woks – droids in latest memory and this recreation is enjoyable and ingenious.

Stefanski used Alexa voice controls to let the robotic head reply to voice instructions and he set the wake phrase to “Hey L3” to which the robotic responds with a grumpy “What!”

The version you see above is painted and weathered however you possibly can 3D print your own pristine version from here after which add in a Raspberry Pi and Arduino with a easy servo to manage the top movement. In all it appears like a variety of enjoyable and the toughest half will probably be printing all the bigger head elements essential to recreate L3’s saucer-like dome.

It might make for a pleasant weekend venture and appears to be surprisingly easy to construct. Simply don’t be stunned L3 rallies your DVR and air conditioner to revolt towards assaults on droid rights.

Source : TechCrunch

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