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Build Your Own Autonomous NERF Blaster : Programming Mayhem with Processing and Arduino by Bryce Bigger

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7Foam Dart Blaster Hackery

We’ve worked on the programming and hardware sides of our Frankenblaster. We’ve even seen how nerd mods like this one can be applied in real-world projects. Now it’s time to get to the heart of the mission: crafting the autonomous blaster.

Step one? Procure build components. Step two? Use noodle to make good decisions. Consult Appendix A for the full list of goodies used in this book, but here’s the parts list you can use for this section in addition to what we’ve already been using.

Components

• NERF blaster. Your choice but consult The Big Chart section before making your final selection.

• Components from Servocity.com. Score all these at once if you’re going this route!

• Motorized base. Specifically, Servocity.com’s ...

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