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Color-Coded Lock for your Box Container [Project]
posted November 5 2014 18:18.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I do not think that color-sensors will go mainstream, but i've seen some activity the last weeks. First of, check out this page - How to make a color sensor. And then check out this make: A box locks from the inside with a servo motor. To open the box, you have to put the proper card color on the color sensor...




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