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Knock Code-Lock to open your Door with Android and Arduino [Project]
posted October 21 2014 16:31.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is an interesting project which illustrates how to use the 1Shield with Arduino and your Smartphone. This example is a knock-code lock for the door. Using a smartphone to transmit a knock-code is definitely not the optimum solution, but its just a demo (as Ashraf Nabil himself explains) and you can use it to interface your own 1Shield.





I happen to forget my phone more often than i forget my keys, and since i forget my keys more often than i forget numbers, i made a Touchpad KeyCode Lock for my door.

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