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Lithium Ion Battery capable of providing 8 hours of continuous use.

DC Motor.

Planetary Gearbox steps motor torque up to 5 Nm.

L-shaped switch can be squeezed or pressed from above for users with weak grip.

Switch can be snapped into raised position offering access to charging port.

Charging port concealed for improved ingress protection.

Inner casing (shown here) encased in outer layer for enhanced ingress protection and seamless, elegant appearance.

Two inner casing halves fit by interference only for fast and simple assembly.

Rotating paddle presses ingredients against abrasive surface or grater depending on cup module attached.

5 MP Raspberry Pi camera at the eye's centre, outputs a live feed to a display behind the eye that is reflected back in a mirror array.

When an

object is close

enough to one of the IR sensors, the eye turns to observe that side.

Iris mechanism: as the large acrylic gear spins, linear cutouts force the dowels and attached MDF pieces to rotate and move outwards or inwards to create the contracting or dilating effect.

Laser cut acrylic.

Mounting platform in eye structure on which several components are attached, including a tripod ball-head to which cables suspending the eye are attached.

High torque servo motor with acrylic input gear.

CdS Photoresistor (Light sensor).

Raspberry Pi.

Trimmed dowels and MDF rings.

Skeletal, interlocking, laser cut MDF structure.

One of two (left & right) IR sensors connected to Arduino Uno.

Nylon wire.