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I've been working on a juggling robot project on and off for a couple of years that can be programed to juggle arbitrary juggling patterns.
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Another Travelling Hacker Box, similar to https://hackaday.io/project/7373-travelling-hacker-box
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Making a CHEAP humanoid robot and a platform for further development.
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Using Arduino, RS232, and some buttons for a simple & cheap projector control solution!
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So for Christmas 2012 I made my sister a gift of RGB garden lights. This project talks about that project.

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