2) Recording for selectable times following input signal to the radio receiver module.
The unit learns three signals from the video recorder's handset - Record, Stop, Rewind
Each recorded entry is the geographical location and height, date and time, speed and signal information. The recordings become part of a databse on the PC which operates the GUI (see PC Software page)
The melodies are organised in one array of 224 notes/silences. Each of these has a settable duration. The starts and stops for each melody are positioned within the array, allowing the user to work on small sections rather than a full sequence
There are several videos on YouTube for this
USB controlled by the Sweet-Talk Suite (PC Software page). Moving neck and mouth, LED eyes. Default position of the neck and eye colour and voice, are unique for each 'Arno'.
The link is to a video which was made before full speed of speaking was achieved.
In addition, both transmitter and receiver have stereo sound playing, with the buggy sound played at the selection of the person operating the transmitter. There are several modes, not fully completed. Driving is any direction, by four steering/driving wheels. There are four speakers on the buggy, and four lead-acid batteries. The transmitter is 'Prisoner' inspired