A tiny brain that beeps and blinks, designed for use in a "Noodle Spawnling"Designed by Robohemian!, Ships from United States
This circuit board contains an ATTINY micro-controller that allows two red 3mm LED "Eyes" to blink at random intervals, as well as a small piezo buzzer that beeps assertively on occasion. The Marsh...Read More…
This circuit board contains an ATTINY micro-controller that allows two red 3mm LED "Eyes" to blink at random intervals, as well as a small piezo buzzer that beeps assertively on occasion.
The Marshmallow brain was designed to fit within the head of a Noodle Spawnling, a posable figurine that you can download, 3D print, and assemble at home using my "Noodle Spawn Birthing" instructions as a guide!
Why would you want a Marshmallow?
Who wouldn't want a tiny baby NoodleFeet to take with them everywhere? So long as your Marshmallow is loaded with a 2032 coin cell battery, your Noodle spawnling will be conscious and you'll never be alone!
See if you can out last your spawnling in a staring contest! Who knows when it will blink next? it's a mystery!
It will make Noodle happy to know there are more pieces of himself out in the world.
If you would like to build your own Noodle baby, watch my build instructions, or check out my project log on hackaday.io!
Ben | Jan. 30, 2018
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My name is Sarah Petkus! I'm a mother a robots, a mechanical designer and kinetic artist who occasionally creates PCBs for use in my projects! I view my circuit boards as functional and collectable art pieces, which I encourage others to use in projects or art of their own. Everything I sell here was designed by me (and checked for quality by a professional circuit board designer of 25 years... named MARK) and hand assembled with love in my lab. If you buy one of my boards here, you are supporting my practice and the development of new machines and kinetic oddities to come. :)