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ArduinoPhone [Project]
posted November 2 2013 13:45.32 by spic0m




I saw at Instructables a most excellent project -ArduinoPhone- that shows how to make a functional mobile phone using an Arduino UNO, a GPRS shield, a touchscreen shield, a power module, a battery and a 3D-printed shell.

The phone supports voice calls, SMS and a clock app all controlled by the touch screen using virtual buttons and swipes (the code is on github here).

In total, the components will cost you around $170 USD (not including the cost of 3D-printing the shell.)


[Link: ye xiaobo]
 
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