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A remote controlled Elephant using 3D printed parts and an ESP32 controller
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README.md

Elephant

This ESP32 controlled elephant was created for Diyode Magazine and was published in issue #26 and #28. Daniel Koch took up the challenge to try to build this from my instructions and in the process we came up with a bunch of enhancements to make it easier to print and assemble. Daniel and Murray Roberts also ensured the wording of the instructions was top notch.

https://diyodemag.com/projects/part_1_walking_wildlife

https://diyodemag.com/projects/part_2_walking_wildlife

Elephant Model

The elephant is controlled from a simple web page hosted on the ESP32 and Ajax calls are used to respond to the buttons.

Web Page

A spin off project for the servo power distribution board also appeared in issue #26 with Daniel Koch providing a cloned version using stripboard. https://diyodemag.com/projects/servo_power

Breakout Board

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