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Thank you a lot!if you need some help in the building process feel free to write me a private message, and please uploadd here your final result, it should be awesome to see some more verssion of PassType!thank you again andd consider voting and sharing this project ;)
hi! actually facebook key is only an aith key, nothing to do with PassType possibilities. Hope you can understan my point here.This is an instrctuble and this solution is a DIY one, didn't know about the facebook solution but I'll surely have a look!thank you again for your kind advices, please consider voting and sharing this project ;)
Yes! ti could be nice but I think you don't really need it...Just think about your smarphone: you can power PassType from yuour smarphone using an otg adapter. Maybe in a future I could add a micro usb or type c usb. thank you for your support consider voting and sharing this project ;)
Thank you a lot for your support!
wowyou are amazing!
that's a nice feature!I need to do some research and explore the possibility about the arduino used as something that sees the user input than you for your feedback, I'd love to add such featurethank you a lot, consider voting for this project and sharing ;)
you fully understand my point!I know there are a lot of things to make this little project something of daily use, but I'm here to learn all I possibly can!Surely encryption and PIN ( or boimetric) are the two most important features I want to add.thank you again for you support!
Thank you a lot for your support!This is still a prototype to understan the public response about this topic.I really apppreciate you suggestion and some sort of encryption is number one priority in my further development. Biometric scan is soo coolthank you again and consider voting and sharing this project ;)
Hi! You show some really important pooints in your comment, thank you for your summary.However I have to correct some points:+the joystick has 5 basic states (left, up, right, down and center) and 4 combined (pressed-right, pressed-up, pressed-left, pressed-down). Using all this states a 4 digit PIN will have 9^4 (6.5k) combinations. But it is easier to use the 5 basic states only. Fully agree with the locking mechanism necessity after n tries. The version developed yesterday has an erasing functionality to wipe all the EEPROM after some "bad" actionof the user, or simply for reset+right now I'm using the device on my phone using a simple OTG adapter. But the embedded multiple port is a great idea (see photo for OTG usage example)+ INPUT_PULLUP configuration is very nice! I wa...see more »Hi! You show some really important pooints in your comment, thank you for your summary.However I have to correct some points:+the joystick has 5 basic states (left, up, right, down and center) and 4 combined (pressed-right, pressed-up, pressed-left, pressed-down). Using all this states a 4 digit PIN will have 9^4 (6.5k) combinations. But it is easier to use the 5 basic states only. Fully agree with the locking mechanism necessity after n tries. The version developed yesterday has an erasing functionality to wipe all the EEPROM after some "bad" actionof the user, or simply for reset+right now I'm using the device on my phone using a simple OTG adapter. But the embedded multiple port is a great idea (see photo for OTG usage example)+ INPUT_PULLUP configuration is very nice! I wanted my pcb as easy as possible, so I decided to use analog, but it added the resistors, making it harder to solder. I have to study how the INPUT_PULLUP configuration will react to multiple inputs (pressed-left,....)+yeah using the internal EEPROM was my firs choice. However I decided to avoid it because it was too strict on the macro and complex command aspect. You are right if you need less power you can stick qith the one onboard (note the programm memory is almost full 28/32 but it can be optimized)+as you can see in the first steps of this project the first 24C256 I used was in a PID package (arduino module form) but it was too bulky for a pcb keychain +multiple 24LC256 can be used by changing the CS (chip select) value for the selected chip. very easy procedure but I decided to use only one because 250 passwords was more than enaugh as you said ahahaha+you forget how much of the memory will be used during the runtime and how much of the memory is used by the libraries and the sofware itself. I can assure you you will get not so much space for PIN and passwords if you don't use any sort of memory upgrade. But it is possible you don't need it (max 10 passwords and maybe only a macro) so you are completly right. I found there is a good balance between memory usage and possible development using an external eeprom, and you can even use a bigger one than the 24LC256 (check microchip site) Thank you for your kind words and your advices, your comment is a precious addition to this project because it questions a lot of important characteristics.Thank you again and consider sending me a private message for more info, voting this project and maybe sharing it ;)
Thnak you a lot!I hpe to be able to produce some of this as soon as possible. Do you prefer the EEPROM or the micro sd version?consider voting for this project and sharing. thank you again!
Very nice idea!the one you fond is quite bulky but it is a nice concept to have some sort of biometric user recognition!thank you a lot for your sharing, consider voting and sharing ;)
thank you a lot! The five axis switch is a very nice and small device. If you need a small input device is very convenient
thank you a lot! feel free to share this project, it would be a big help for me
I'd love to.I have to fix some software bugs and to increase its functionality, but you will be one of the first to have the finished product if you want it!thank you again and please consider voting for this project in the micrcontroller contest, it would be a very big help
thank you a lot! I just added two videos!
Thank you a lot for your vote!A PIN access and a system to encrypt the passwords are the two most important priorities in this project and you perfectly undestood it. I'll open a github project if this instructable will have some sort of popularity to justify it. thank you again
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