Friday, February 6, 2009

Keyless Entry

Aaron and I finished the keyless entry to the house. There's a micro-controller in the basement (programmable from my computer) that monitors these three switches mounted discretely into the door frame that unlocks the door when the correct sequence is pressed. If the wrong sequence is pressed, the door locks for a long time so that randomly guessing accomplishes nothing and also can tell my computer to take your picture. When I have my outdoor speakers, I think I'll also add the sound of a cocking shotgun on error. :-)


1 comment:

Jim Greer said...

Sweet. I like the shotgun sound but once the neighborhood kids find out they'll all want to try it...