Introduction: VOICE ACTIVATED FACE MASK
A FEW MONTHS BACK A GUY NAMED 'TYLER GLAIEL' MADE A VOICE ACTIVATED FACE MASK WHICH WENT VIRAL...
AFTER THAT MANY MADE IT BUT NONE OF THEM PROVIDED ALL THE DETAILS NECESSARY FOR IT'S COMPLETION. TYLER HIMSELF TOOK DOWN THE DIY GUIDE AND THE GITHUB CODE BECAUSE OF SOME LEGAL TERMS FOR THE JAPPERMASK PROJECT.
HERE, I PROVIDE YOU WITH ALL THE NECESSARY DETAILS FOR THE PROJECT INCLUDING THE DIY GUIDE AND THE CODE THAT I WROTE FOR THIS MASK...
HOPE,YOU GUYS ENJOY IT...
LET'S GET STARTED...
- WS2812 8x8 LED MATRIX(I used the non-flexible one, whereas Tyler used the flexible one. So u can use any of the two, not a big deal)
- Arduino Nano
- LM393 Electret Microphone(If u use a different model, then there will be a slight difference in the code)
- 1k Ohm Resistor
- Switch(If you wish to use one... Up to u)
- 9V-5V Step Down Converter
- 9V battery and a cell cap
- Black Cotton cloth Face Mask or a Black Cloth to make the mask
- Wires for connections & circuitry
Step 1: Circuitry
1.Solder a black wire with the GND of the LED Matrix and a red wire with the 5V input of the LED Matrix. Solder the black wire with OUT -ve terminal of the converter and the red wire with OUT +ve terminal of the converter.
2.Take a Wire of a different colour and solder it with the DIN(for the flexible matrix) or the IN(of the non-flexible matrix). Take a resistor(1k ohm) and solder it with this wire and after that, solder or connect this resistor with the D6 pin of the Nano(or any digital pins but make sure to update the code with the new pin number).
3.Now, solder a red wire and a black wire with the IN +ve terminal and IN -ve terminal of the converter, respectively.
4.Now connect the +ve terminal of the 9V battery and the above red wire to the Vin of the Arduino Nano. Connect the -ve terminals of the mic, converter and the 9V battery to the GND of the Arduino Nano.
5.Connect the VCC of the mic to the 5V output pin of the Nano and the OUT pin of the mic to A7 pin of the Arduino Nano.
Step 2: Code
Copy it and paste it in your Arduino IDE...
Make Sure to download the Adafruit_NeoPixel and Adafruit_NeoMatrix Libraries first!!
Link of the Code:-
After uploading the code, power it with the 9V battery.
Step 3: Finishing Touch!
After all these, try to arrange all your circuitry inside the mask...
Personally, I am not an expert in this field. I asked my mommy to do it for me. :))))
Take help from those who knows how to do this.
After you are done with all this, Enjoy Your Mask!
Thanks for reading my Instructable!
See You, Have a Good Day Ahead!!
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