RFID Toys: Cool Projects for Home, Office and Entertainment (ExtremeTech)

December 23, 2013
Author:
Amal Graafstra
Publisher:
Wiley Publishing, Inc. (2/13/2006)

Radio frequency identification now belongs to the masses, and it lets you control all sorts of things. Like access to your front door. Or valuables in an RFID-enabled safe. You can corral your stuff within an RFID-monitored perimeter, or build a shelf that tells you when you’re out of hot sauce. This book shows you how, with step-by-step instructions, illustrations, photos, and a list of the tools and tech- nology you need for every project. It even supplies the lowdown on read/write tags and—for the truly extreme—implantable chips.

The toys

Complete parts inventory and detailed, illustrated instructions for these exciting RFID projects

  • Home door lock
  • Vehicle access
  • Computer logon
  • Electronic safe
  • Smart shelves
  • Doggie door
  • Object locator
  • Theft alert
  • Handheld scanner
  • Implantable chips