Un timbre personalizado que llama a los habitantes de una lugar por su nombre. Aquel que viene de visita sabra a quien timbrarle, de esta manera no habra duda de quien debera atender la puerta.

Step 1: Desarme Del Timbre

Un timbre ordinario se desarma para introducirele una coneccion, se aflojan los tornillos.

Step 2: Introducioento Los Cabbles

se acomodan los cable pelados(cobre) de manera que hagan contacto con el tornillo. se vuelven a ajustar los tornillos.

Step 3: Regleta De Conexiones

el otro extremo se introduce en la regleta de conexiones

Step 4: Mas Cables

al otro extremo de la regleta se le introduce un nuevo set de cables

Step 5: La Tarjeta USB

El otro extremo del nuevo set de cables va soldado a la tarjeta USB.los codigos de las letras en la tarjeta han sido previamente descifrados.

Step 6: Diagrama Conclusion

la manera mas sencilla de ilustrar el funcionamiento. Se detectan previamente en la USb las letras que se pueden usar y son esas las utilizadas dentro del codigo, estas van conectadas a los switches de los timbres.

Step 7: Carcaza

dos laminas superpuestas, una de acrilico y otra de aluminio, en este caso aseguradas a una caja de madera

Step 8: El Codigo En Processing

PSound amaria;
PSound carmen;
PSound junior;
PSound gonzalo;

void setup(){
size (400,400);
void draw(){

void keyReleased(){
if(key =='h') {


if(key =='y') {

if(key =='j') {
if(key =='u') {

Here is my crappy translation :) Intro Ring Me! A personalized doorbell that calls out your name. When you come to visit they will know who's there and they won't have to look to see who it is. Step 1 Take apart the doorbell This is a ordinary doorbell. You must take it apart to hook up the wires. Unscrew the screws. Step 2 Hook up the wires To work properly, the wires must make contact with the screws. Adjust the screws so they fit good. Step 3 Make The Connection At the other side, hook everything up. Step 4 More Cables At the other side, we will hook up another set of cables. Step 5 The USB Dongle On the other side, solder the new set of cables to the USB dongle. The letters on the other side of the board have been deciphered for you. See the diagrams. Step 6 The final diagram Now that I have shown you how to hook up the USB cable, we will hook up the doorbell switches. Step 7 The Housing There are two layers, one on top the other, one of acrilic and the other of aluminum. I have made a wooden case as well (but you don't have to). Step 8 The Processing Code Well it wouldn't help if I translated the C, now would it?
o0o0o0o0o i just had a revelation i think its a quadurple door bell so that if you have three roomates they each have a diff collor and it calls out their names instead of ringing so you dont have to "that not to take care of the door."
hahahaha this is what google translate says this first paragraph says "A customized timbre that calls to the inhabitants of a place by its name. That that comes from visit sabra to that to stamp to him, this way habra debera doubt of that not to take care of the door. " yeaa...thats usefull
its some sorta UAB LED Shiny thing with a program/algarithem that dont make since.
???... Well it looks like a keypad hacked into a 4 button frame, to play individual chimes... i think... We do need to make future author state the language they use, so that a translator can edit it.
Indeed, it's a 4 button door bell. Supposedly it should play a different tone for each one, the idea being that a guest knows who he/she wants to see, so he/she presses the desired button. It is unclear how the circuit works... All it says is that is connected to an usb cable (I'm guessing that's because it has 4 wires?). The google translation was surely unable to translate completely this article because it has spelling errors.
nah, I dont think usb is invovled. I would guess thats a toy electronic piano or similar toy musical instrument. So this is similar to a multi user answer phone. Pretty darn cool if you ask me, very useful for dorms and such. I like the reverse engineering effort too, fun.
good idea, but the online translators are laughable at best, esp with maker tech speak... but they do help a little. I think its better to give lots of clear photos (for me at least) but that does depend on the instructable.
Can someone tell me what I'm looking at?
looks like four switch heading off to some for of controller. Pretty but not very informative. All of these project seem to be based on this 'wiring' controller, let hope they publish details on that too. It would seem that this might be an art/interactive media class project. If thats the case then the electronics would be very easy to use and adaptable. So, Mariam, can you give us more details on what you are interfacing your wall switches too? thanks
My bad, jsut read the google translation (thanks tchbk) this is a customised doorbell. Each switch corresponds to a unique guest. Interesting.
A rough translation from google translator:<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.instructables.com%2Fex%2Fi%2F3B3B600441881029AC23001143E7E506%2F%3FALLSTEPS&amp;langpair=es%7Cen&amp;hl=en&amp;safe=off&amp;ie=UTF-8&amp;oe=UTF-8&amp;prev=%2Flanguage_tools">http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.instructables.com%2Fex%2Fi%2F3B3B600441881029AC23001143E7E506%2F%3FALLSTEPS&amp;langpair=es%7Cen&amp;hl=en&amp;safe=off&amp;ie=UTF-8&amp;oe=UTF-8&amp;prev=%2Flanguage_tools</a><br/><br/>Although it doesn't really help a whole lot.<br/>

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