Arduino for Secret Agents

Transform your tiny Arduino device into a secret agent gadget to build a range of espionage projects with this practical guide for hackers



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Price$23.99 - $44.80
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AuthorMarco Schwartz
PublisherPackt Publishing
Published2015
Pages170
LanguageEnglish
FormatPaper book / ebook (PDF)
ISBN-101783986085
ISBN-139781783986088
EBook Hardcover Paperback

Q might have Bond's gadgets- but he doesn't have an Arduino (not yet at least). Find out how the tiny Arduino microcomputer can be used to build an impressive range of neat secret agent projects that can help you go undercover and get to grips with the cutting-edge of the world of espionage with this book, created for ardent Arduino fans and anyone new to the powerful device.

Each chapter shows you how to construct a different secret agent gadget, helping you to unlock the full potential of your Arduino and make sure you have a solution for every tricky spying situation.

You'll find out how to build everything from an alarm system to a fingerprint sensor, each project demonstrating a new feature of Arduino, so you can build your expertise as you complete each project. Learn how to open a lock with a text message, monitor top secret data remotely, and even create your own Arduino Spy Robot, Spy Microphone System, and Cloud Spy Camera This book isn't simply an instruction manual - it helps you put your knowledge into action so you can build every single project to completion.


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