Other Arduino Cards


(Sergio Rodriguez) #1

The Basic things this phone would need would be what a flip phone has to offer. Sometime people just want a basic phone, but a modern one this is the idea.

A Micro-Phone/ A Basic Card Sized Phone running Arduino Perhaps.

An OLED Display, keypad, a mirco sd for memory, processor, antenna, recharable battery.

I’m asking the community for anyone who may want to make something like this even if its salvage of a basic phone.

Thank you for your time.
Sergio


(Kevin) #2

How about bluetooth and mp3 playing capabilities with headphones all for under $30?

I bought a few of these when learning about Arduboy. You can buy this and other similar phones on ebay already.

Short answer is, probably not. The costs of getting a device approved by the FCC and providing support for such a device would be cost prohibitive.

Probably best just to buy one of these:
https://www.seeedstudio.com/Phoenard-p-2671.html


(Sergio Rodriguez) #3

It look alright for the price.
The FCC huh I’ll do more research on them.

Thanks Batske


(Sergio Rodriguez) #4

Ever thought about creating other cards?


(Kevin) #5

I’ve thought about a lot of things :slight_smile: What are you thinking about?


(Sergio Rodriguez) #6

Well their are quite a few things that I think can come in handy.


(Tom Stewart) #7

I have a Coin. Neat in concept, but the implementation left a lot to be desired. I did try to carry it exclusively for a time, but it was never close to 100% reliable, and it arrived too close to when chip cards were becoming required. Samy Kamkar did an impressive hobbyist version: http://samy.pl/magspoof/


(Kevin) #8

I thought about having a card that has a built in card reader on it. It would be kind of the ultimate card skimming tool. But I never developed it because that would be used for lots of bad purposes.


(Sergio Rodriguez) #9

Can you turn arduboy sideways into a gaming System for your wrist?


(Sergio Rodriguez) #10

The arduboy gaming system on the wrist looks good right.