2 Servo Outputs - Intelligent Random Movement
Three In One!
An auto-talk, random-movement, and servo-centering device all in one. Connect an audio source and up to two servos. PicoTalk can be configured to run two mouths, one for each left and right audio channel, or one mouth and one extra movement. What often takes three devices can now be done easily with one compact unit. Available in 1 and 2 servo versions.
Real-Time Mouth Control
The PicoTalk listens carefully to the audio and moves the servo in sync to make the character look like it's doing the talking. Separate audio tracks can be used for the left and right audio channels so that two characters can be made to have a conversation with just one PicoTalk.
Intelligent Random Movement
The second servo output can also be used to control a secondary movement such as the eyes, neck, or hand of he character. The PicoTalk will occasionally move this servo when the character isn't talking to give it some life. When the character starts talking it will increase the range and speed of this servo so the character comes alive. The amount of movement is completely adjustable.
The PicoTalk sits between your line-level audio source and your speakers. It has a connector for the audio-in, as well as an audio-thru connector. No need for Y adapters or splitters.
Installing a servo can be tricky if you don't know where it centers. Connect the PicoTalk and power up holding the set button, both servos are automatically brought to dead center so they can be properly installed.
The open and closed position of each mouth can be easily programmed using the set button and the adjustment control. If a second mouth isn't used then you set the amount and range of movement of the secondary servo.
Note: Comes with appropriate power supply.
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