1999 Trans Am K.I.T.T. KNIGHT RIDER STYLE VOICE BOX VU METER
This is a Knight Rider voice box I put together for car shows. It was constructed with 84 3mm LED's and a 12 output sound VU meter I ordered from Bulgaria. I have 98 original K.I.T.T. voice sayings from the original series that loop on it with about 20-30 seconds of delay in between so that way he's not constantly talking.
Trans Am Knight Rider Light Scanner Version 3.5 + 4
Here are my latest versions of my Knight Rider Style lights. Version 3.5 in blue and Version 4 in red. My friend wrote me an awesome new program so I can now PWM (create fade effects) to all of my light scans. It's hard to see them in some of the scans in the video due to how a camera collects light but every scan has a faded beginning and end to them. The video doesn't do it justice to how good they look. My father-in-law is the owner of the Black TA. It was nice being able to film a 2nd car instead of using mine all the time (even though it is in it). I know it's a little crazy trying to watch 2 cars at once going through all of the scans but the Blue scanner has 20 of them and the Red scanner has 30. The video would be way too long if I did them separately. Thanks for watching! Tech Specs: Version 3.5 24 Output Control Box 100 5mm 35,000mcd LEDs Left + Right Scoop are mirrors of each other PWM fade effect Remote Control 10 Speeds per scan EEPROM saves last scan and the speed for all scans. What ever scan is running when it is turned off will begin when turned back on. The speed is saved independently for all scans. Once they are set, they don't have to be set again unless I want to change it. Version 4 50 Output Control Box 200 5mm 35,000mcd LED Independent LEFT - RIGHT scoops Random Eye Scan (eyes move to random position for a random amount of time at a random speed. It will never do the same movement twice). PWM fade effect Remote Control 10 Speeds per scan EEPROM saves last scan and the speed for all scans. What ever scan is running when it is turned off will begin when turned back on. The speed is saved independently for all scans. Once they are set, they don't have to be set again unless I want to change it.
K.I.T.T Trans Am
Who didn't want a K.I.T.T Trans Am...I met a Guy at Detroit AutoRama that built his own...turned out really nice...check it out...Make sure you follow me so that you don't miss any of the other cool Cats I shot at this show!! Apparel Provided By: http://www.etmotorgear.com/ Check them out!!