2015-07-15 (W) Automated Aerator and Laser Show for Domestic House Pets COMPLETED

I never did come up with a good name.

Enough background.

Schematics were drawn in colored pen on graph paper. All of the devices were labeled except the Arduino at the center although it was given roughly the real proportions. Rather than drawing a messy diagram of the actual wiring a schematic was given which cleanly shows how to attach wires. Parts list was also made with links and suggestions on where to buy devices offline.

Cat toy schematic

There is enough information in the blog posts about this project to order parts and assemble a working copy. In particular, the post about assembling the enclosure with servo mounts is important once the pieces are assembled.

Linkable parts list:

Arduino Code for servo/laser cat toy
OpenSCAD file for mirror/laser structure

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2

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