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Have a broken robotic toy that you want to bring back from the dead? Why not follow the lead of Morten Skogly, and re-animate it with a toy synthesizer? The FrankenDog looks like a good way to get some use out of an old toy, at least until you get around to pulling the motors out of it. I like the control ‘switches’ built by sticking conductive tape at the edge of the plastic piano keys.

6 thoughts on “Reanimating a robotic pet as a FrankenDog

  1. Yes, the poor dog started to smoke something terrible all of a sudden, so I’m afraid that it won’t be possible to do anything more advanced like reprogramming it (I think). I haven’t really had time to take it completely apart, just thought it would be fun to see what could be done the fast and dirty way. It is sort of a dinosaur show on the cheap :)

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