RFID controlled phone dialing

April 5th, 2009 | by dnw |

More and more uses are surfacing for RFID chips and I can foresee many practical applications for alternative access to a myriad of life related activities.

Hackaday reports on a phone prototype which uses RFID tags to dial.

It is common for our motor skills and eyesight to deteriorate as we get older. There are special phones out there, but generally the only changes they make are enlarged buttons and louder speakers. [Stephen] had the idea to make a system where an elderly person would hold up a picture of the person to the phone and it would dial.


project article [RFID activated phone system]
via Hackaday [RFID controlled phone dialing]

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