Step 18: Label the RFID tags

For this step, you will need a bunch of 50mm Round RFID tags that match the RFID card reader (Parallax part 28142): these are EM4100 family tags that have a 125 kHz activating frequency.  You will also need a color printer (inkjet or laser), self adhesive labels suitable for use in a printer, scissors, and of course artwork.
  1. Find artwork that you want to use to represent the web site you want to associate with tag.
  2. Using your favorite software, print the artwork onto the labels (I used Avery labels and their online label printing software.)
  3. Cut out the labels and stick them on the tags as shown in the second photo.  You can put the sticker on either side of the tag.
In a subsequent step, the process for updating the program to recognize the tag will be described.
<p>hi bruce, im new here at instructables and hoping you can help me out, im a beginner at programing so i dont know much about the python, i was wondering if i can change the command that the rfid is doing, meaning, instead of opening a web i will instruct it to play different video located locally at my pc, hope you can help me with this one, thanks x </p>
<p>Hi Jorette. It's definitely possible. I'll do a little research and then reply with some instructions on how to do it.</p>
<p>I love the combination of Python and the Arduino. So I have created a collection about it. I have added your instructable, you can see the collection at: &gt;&gt; <a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-and-Python-and-perhaps-a-Rasberry-Pi/"> https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-and-Pytho...</a></p>
I b lov'n your project! Nice ible!
This is so cool! And I love that it exists mostly to be a fun gizmo - just for the joy of it. Voted for it!
Nice artistic flare <br>
Wow, fantastic project Bruce. You put a lot of details into the steps, which is great. The box is a thing of beauty!
Thanks! I had a lot of fun with this one. I was surprised how long it took to document it compared to making it! :-)
This is pretty awesome, voting for you!

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