When Isaac Newton was in quarantine at home to avoid the 1665 plague, he discovered the Laws of Gravity, Optics and invented Calculus. I built …a fart detector. This is FART-A-TUCHUS.
Featuring a sensor on an extendable tail so you don’t have to get close to your flatuous suspect and LED indicator eyes to let you know whether to crack open a window or if you have a military grade situation on your hands, FART-A-TUCHUS will buy you those precious first seconds to evacuate the area, or ID the tooting culprit to return the favor.
The main components are an old stuffed animal, Arduino UNO, 5 mm LED lights, MQ-135 sensor, micro servo and endoskeleton made from PVC and scrap wood I had in the shop.
Check out how I busted my dog with FART-A-TUCHUS!
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Arduino Uno (or similar)
Breadboard Jumper Wires
MQ-135 Air Quality Sensor
Small-diameter PVC Pipe
Scrap Pieces of Wood
Heat Shrink Tubing
Portable Phone Charger
4 AA Battery Holder
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