Arduino RFID And/or QR Code Windows Login





Introduction: Arduino RFID And/or QR Code Windows Login

There is my latest short fun projects with my Arduino leonardo pro micro.

In this instructable i put two short, almost same example.

The first: login to windows with RFID card.

The second: use your android phone, scan QR code and login to the windows.

Step 1: The RFID Login

Its very simple, RFID library code modified.

If the card accepted by the reader, the arduino type the password to the windows login screen.

Arduino code in the video description. Check the short how-to video.

Step 2: The Android QR Scan Login

In this project, i added a small QR code to my windows login screen background.

The ai2 app scan this code, and send a string to the arduino to type the windows password.

This android app is the same of the "Arduino QR code door open" project app.

Total safe, the QR code useless without the app.

Arduino, android code in the video description. Check the how-to video.



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    Can i use an arduino UNO for this?

    Arduino UNO don't have keyboard/mouse emulation.

    hi. that' s amazing project but how is the connections I use Arduino Leonardo

    Hi, thanks for sharing.

    Is it possible to share your windows login source code ?

    Im planning to do samething for iOS.

    Can the QR also on wifi and not bluetooth?

    I think its can work with ethernet shield or ESP8266 too.

    or qr-code through cam or something. like you do with qr-code to log on windows

    You mean windows cam scan the qr code. I think yes, if you have app for that or programming skills. i don't have.

    Smart idea! Thanks for shearig :)

    Brilliant idea. What a nice little arduino project. I love the way you have made the arduino type the password so no extra software is needed on the PC beacuse having to install another program just to do another tiny task really annoys me. So well done :-)