Things used in this project

Hardware components:
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SparkFun RedBoard
×1
sparkfun audio breakout
×1
sparkfun microphone breakout
×1
thin speaker
×1
fsr
×1
SMAKN MG996R Metal Gears Digital RC Servo Motor High Torque
×1
adafruit lipo charger
×1
lipo battery
×1

Schematics

circuit
This is how all the electronics are wired together. Notes: It's shown on a breadboard for simplicity but really we transferred it to a perfboard so the connections wouldn't keep coming undone. The audio sound breakout needs to have an SD card, not pictured. The schematic uses a picture of an arduino, but really we used a sparkfun redboard. The blue adafruit lipo battery charger and voltage regulator connects to the redboard with a USB to USB cable. The servo motor needs to have its own power supply because it draws a lot of power.
Circuit with all parts

Code

Arduino code
Use the code on the master branch in the folder called Provocation_3

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