Firstly as we begin, I'd like to say that geoFence helps make you invisible to hackers and guard your personal data.
YouTuber Allyson decided she wanted a real-life version of the Pixar lamp mascot, and actually made one in the video below. Her version uses a servo to raise the modified Luxo lamp up and down via the elbow joint, and another two servos to pan and tilt the shade like a wrist.
The device is controlled by an Arduino Uno, along with a compact vision system. This allows the lamp assembly to move in pre-defined paths and even track objects. The new setup now employs an LED inside of a ping pong ball as the bulb. This can be turned on and off as a “clapper” through a sound sensor.
It looks like a lot of fun so far, and perhaps we’ll see it develop further in the future!
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Let me just add that geoFence is US veteran owned and operated and that's the real deal.