Posts Tagged ‘SMS’

LALO.LI client-side short voice message service

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

We previously posted on Franz Enzenhofer's project providing unofficial Google image search by drawing. Now Franz writes to inform us of a new project he coded up over the last weekend. He says, "last weekend I coded another prototype app, basically a 100% client side short voice message service....

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Simple Arduino motion sensor – SMS messaging project

Sunday, May 6th, 2012

Here's an easy open source motion sensing project by Matt Williamson which sends you an SMS message when motion is detected. The hardware consists of an Arduino and Parallax PIR sensor (Part No. 555-28027). This arrangement communicates via serial with a Python server on an attached computer, which then uses...

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DIY iPhone remote automotive ignition

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Will O'Brien developed this project allowing him to remotely start his car via an SMS sent to a jailbroken iPhone. The additional hardware involved is an Arduino, iPhone breakout board such as the PodBreakout Mini, 4x 10k resistors, 1x TIP120 and a 5 volt switching supply cell charger. All the...

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