I made an L3-37 "Alexa" -- Solo: A Star Wars Story

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Los Los : Would love a tutorial for the RPI and alexas

Where Nerdy is Cool! : Wow! Very very cool!

Buckethead Props : Wow epic build! Such a cool idea....wait....stop giving me ideas!! 😄😄

Potent Printables : Great job; love it! I always appreciate the little details you put in your videos. The Zoolander clip had me cracking up!

Volt the Robot : This is awesome! :D

Jojo : So cool! Upvote for a Raspberry Pi Alexa video! Love the the integration of the faux wires and the functional wires in your build. Excellent job. SUBSCRIBED!!

Matt Fleming : Great job!

Bryan ONeill : Amazing. Great job.

Matthew Brown : That was amazing man!

Joel De La Cruz : Amazing

nigmaxus : Yes I would be interested in rpi guide for Amazon alexia

Keith Applegarth : Yes please. Tutorials for RPI and Alexa...

Adam Le Tarouilly : That is amazingly big

James Sowin : Does the head only tilt up and down or does it also tilt left and right? I thought I saw you had two servos mounted in there. One attached to the other for an extra axis of rotation. That would be cool if while it is talking it can randomly tilt it's head left and right a little bit. EDIT: also is there any expected time frame for the next chopper video? It's really amazing watching you design and work on it. Keep up the great work. Your videos are awesome. You can go more into detail about the build process and electronics specifically. I could watch your videos all day.

Riku Forsman : So cool! Make one with HK-47 head and make him call you a meatbag!

Josh Wilcox : you know the good this about this? This L3 is NOT a feminist demanding equal rights AND it's a better version of L3 than the one in the movie

J-154 : Super cool work dude! Great, now I can keep myself updated on the current amount of genders, ask for forgiveness for my white privilege and have someone constantly scold me while I enjoy my dairy products and gluten.

Haydon Beagley : I want one! ☺️👍

Nathan Allan : Great work, man! I built a droid of my own, and this type of Arduino application looks perfect for it. Not so sure about the Amazon stuff, kinda paranoid about anything to do with that (Alexa weirdness). The head on my droid is similar in shape, so might copy a few of the ideas you had here. Awesome!

burnzy3210 : they actually named a robot in star wars "1337"?! wow now i hate star wars _even_ more

Share Game : Very cool =)))

Captain Bly : Someone should try doing an R2 build (Have the servo spin parallel for the head of R2D2)

Your Average Otaku : This is awesome. You earned a sub.

Hackster.io : Fantastic! We shared on our blog.... would love to see full tutorial on Hackster.io, too!

Raspberry Pi : love it love it LOVE IT LOVE IT LOOOOOOOVE ITTTTTTTTT!!!!!!

RoPower : I subscribed!

PEB : A SnowFlake Droid..

Michael Banados : Yes an RPI Alexa toutorial would be fun

cdpetee : L3, I'm gonna flip your switch!  "Like you could FIND IT!"  LOL!!!

Rick Childers : The Raspberry Pi and Alexa Voice services tutorial would be great

Coleman Becker : Dude great video now I want a battle Droid head. Roger Roger

Steele Smith : I'd love to see a tutorial on the Raspberry Pi and Alexa. Really nice work on this, it's a fantastic project and well done. Thanks so much for documenting it so well.

hoozyrdady : Excellent job with this build! Yes please for the raspberry pi video!

David Green : YES PLEASE do a tutorial.

mark Coleman : How much did this roughly cost you in the end?

Animétronics : Wouldn't mind seeing an Alexa SDK tutorial soon. Amazing work!

M Pixel : L3-37 is a horrible character.

mysteriousfox88 : why would you do something for the worse part of the movie

me : It would be fun putting an Amazon setup in Chopper or BB8

Lewis Fleming : You should definitely do a tutorial for this!

TheBobruns : Awesome! Please please please do the Amazon Voice Services Raspberry Pie tutorial!

TheGimmieshelter : Well Done! That is awesome work!

csleeut : Can this be done with pi zero W?

Chad Olson : I would love to see a guide on the rpi Alexa build. I had some pretty good success installing the google voice aiy kit on my raspberry pi, but I never could get the alexa sdk to work properly. Do you suppose the voice hat will work with the alexa sdk as well?

Eobard Thawne : It would be more awesome if you could change the voice.

Kathleen Kennedy Sexist Evil Witch Of Satan : Does she come with a feminist bad motivator? Or is her pansexual non binary programing still intact?

Shreknos : We just need the whole body

Your Average Otaku : Cool