filed under: arduino hacks, security hacks
[Matt] has mixed up a batch of two RFID reading door lock systems. While the “door lock” part of the setup has yet to come into existence, the “RFID reading” section is up and running. By using the Parallax RFID readers (for cheap, remember?) and an Arduino, [Matt] is able to parse an RFID tag, look its number up in a database, and then have a computer announce “Access Denied” in a creamy “Douglas Adam’s sliding door of Hitchiker’s Guide” kind of way with Python.
Good books aside, catch a not as exciting as you’re thinking video after the jump.
tagged: arduino, database, door, lock, python, rfid, security, voice, tag, announce
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