Brian Lough
Published © GPL3+

Zelda Treasure Chest (With Lights and Sound)

This chest is made out of 3D printed parts and painted popsicle sticks. It's using an ATtiny85 to play the iconic melody when it's opened.

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Zelda Treasure Chest (With Lights and Sound)

Things used in this project

Hardware components

ATtiny85
Microchip ATtiny85
×1
LED (generic)
LED (generic)
I used white LEDS
×2
Buzzer
Buzzer
×1
Resistor 100 ohm
Resistor 100 ohm
×2
Dual Mode Reed Switch
×1
TP4056 Lithium Battery Charging Module
×1
3.7 V LiPo Battery
Any Lipo battery that will fit inside the chest will do
×1
Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO
Arduino UNO & Genuino UNO
For programming the Attiny85
×1

Hand tools and fabrication machines

3D Printer (generic)
3D Printer (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)
Hot glue gun (generic)
Hot glue gun (generic)

Story

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Custom parts and enclosures

3D Files for the Chest

STL that are needed to print the chest

Schematics

Attiny85-Zelda-Chest-Diagram

Code

IanKlatzco's sketch

This is the original sketch i found for playing the melody that I adapted for mine

Attiny85-Zelda-Chest-Melody

Code for the Attiny85 to play the Melody on passive buzzer

Credits

Brian Lough

Brian Lough

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Although I did Electronic and computer engineering in college I've been working as a Software Dev since. I got back into hardware last year

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