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Arduino Coder Needed - Will Pay Answered

Hello,

     I am in serious need of some help with code for a Arduino Uno project! This would not be for free of course. Just let me know what would be fair. So if your in the mood to help a dummy out, drop me a line!

Here's some background on the project

The project is a prop for a Halloween haunted house/escape room. The idea is for 4 RFID readers to detect 4 objects (Maybe optical sensors are better here for triggering the audio?not sure). Once all 4 objects are placed on top of each reader, the adafruit Wave Shield produces a telephone ring sound effect (I will be providing the sound .wav files to the adafruit SD card). I would also need to have a the ability to push a button to stop the ringing and skip to the next audio file on the SD card of the Adafruit wave shield. Hope that all made sense :). Below are links to all the pieces of hardware I am using:

1. Arduino Uno - I think you know what this is

2. 4 x RC522 RFID Readers  - http://www.robotshop.com/en/mifare-rc522-module-rfid-reader.html?gclid=CK7tv9qO384CFYGEaQodg8sGkA

3. Adafruit Wave Shield - https://www.adafruit.com/product/94

4. Maybe Photoresistors for triggering instead - https://www.adafruit.com/product/161

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TechMartian

2 years ago

So you have a specific set of rfid tags that activate the reader specifically, when all the readers are activated by their respective cards it buzzes?

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horizonfallTechMartian

Reply 2 years ago

Hi!,

Yes, correct. Ideally I would like each reader to read a specific object, but if that is not possible or the RC522 cannot work in a group of 4, then maybe photoresistors would be a better option? It would also be a little more clear with some better info :)

Here's some background on the project

The project is a prop for a Halloween haunted house/escape room. The idea is for 4 RFID readers to detect 4 objects (Maybe optical sensors are better here for triggering the audio?not sure). Once all 4 objects are placed on top of each reader, the adafruit Wave Shield produces a telephone ring sound effect (I will be providing the sound .wav files to the adafruit SD card). I would also need to have a the ability to push a button to stop the ringing and skip to the next audio file on the SD card of the Adafruit wave shield. Hope that all made sense . Below are links to all the pieces of hardware I am using:

1. Arduino Uno - I think you know what this is

2. 4 x RC522 RFID Readers - http://www.robotshop.com/en/mifare-rc522-module-rfid-reader.html?gclid=CK7tv9qO384CFYGEaQodg8sGkA

3. Adafruit Wave Shield - https://www.adafruit.com/product/94

4. Maybe Photoresistors for triggering instead - https://www.adafruit.com/product/161