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Australian K-9

dayle

Alphans
Hi all

I am new to the forums and live in Melbourne Australia.

Here are some pics of my fully functional K-9. Everything is operational including speech and the oscilliscope video on the side screen.
He is fully programmable and has 2 reprogrammable chips inside,

Cheers

Dayle
 

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Blue Moon

Alphans
Hi Dayle and welcome to the forum. cooooool K-9, always wanted a replica like this (ah well, one day.....) fantastic job, well done :yes: :clap::clap::clap:
 

Ham Salad

Alphans
Hi all

I am new to the forums and live in Melbourne Australia.

Here are some pics of my fully functional K-9. Everything is operational including speech and the oscilliscope video on the side screen.
He is fully programmable and has 2 reprogrammable chips inside,

Cheers

Dayle

Good Tin dog!
 

dayle

Alphans
Hi

Its is not a an actual oscilliscope. The screen is a 10 inch LCD flat panel display taken apart and mounted internally. I then edited some broadcast medical video background imagery and FX together in Final Cut Pro to make a continuous looping video. This is then stored on a USB drive and plugged into the LCD screen's USB port internally. The LCD screen is mounted internally to K-9's power supply so when I power him up the LCD screen turns on and plays the video automatically.

Cheers

Dayle
 

drjon

Alphans
Hi

Its is not a an actual oscilliscope. The screen is a 10 inch LCD flat panel display taken apart and mounted internally. I then edited some broadcast medical video background imagery and FX together in Final Cut Pro to make a continuous looping video. This is then stored on a USB drive and plugged into the LCD screen's USB port internally. The LCD screen is mounted internally to K-9's power supply so when I power him up the LCD screen turns on and plays the video automatically.

Cheers

Dayle

That's damned clever. Well done.

Have you given him sensors? What can you get him to do, using the programmable chips? I'm assuming that complex behaviours are beyond him...?
 
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