Hacker House Smartphone-Connected Door Lock

The team at YouTube channel  Hacker House always deliver when it comes to clear, detailed tutorials, and their newest project, ‘ How to Make a Smartphone-Connected Door Lock ’, is no exception. Using a Raspberry Pi-powered deadbolt actuator, multiple users can remotely unlock a door via a smartphone app.

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DIY Raspberry Pi Security System Created Using Makerbeam – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets DIY Raspberry Pi Security System Created Using Makerbeam Geeky Gadgets If you are looking for a Raspberry Pi project to keep you busy this weekend you may be interested in this awesome Raspberry Pi Security System which has been created by Max Williams and is equipped with a motion detector and camera. The Raspberry Pi  …

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Hackspace security system

NESIT is the New England Society of Information and Technology in Connecticut, and they have a made a security system for their hackspace that gives us terrible feelings of envy. Their old RFID door lock, powered by an Arduino, was getting old and came bundled with some problems: it didn’t allow for easy modifications to the database of users (the old setup wrote user information straight to the Arduino’s eeprom), couldn’t output video, and would have been expensive to hook up to the network; running its server all the time would have cost about $200 in electricity over a year.

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