[real-eyes] Re: Recordable chips

Many years ago in a land far away before I was blind  I and a friend 
used the part of a greeting card that played happy birthday.  It was in 
a digital electronics class in high school.  We modified it to be an 
alarm for our project locker.  We knew our teacher  would unlock it from 
time to time to check on our progress or to borrow a tool we had.
When he opened the door a few days later it played the happy birthday tune.
The problem using something like that is having to reset the setup each 
time it was opened.

One item that might work is A P H has a motion pad that will play a 
recorded message whenever it detects motion.  You could put this inside 
the cabinet, facing the door.

There are also some other battery operated motion detectors out there 
that will do the same.

Steve



On 5/23/2010 12:12 PM, William Stephan wrote:
> Does anyone her have knowledge/experience with or about recordable chips,
> like you might find in a recordable greeting card?  I'm trying to find
> something that will play a sound when a cabinet door is opened.  Ideally,
> this would run off a replaceable battery, and could be recorded directly,
> not through use of an in-built microphone.  Any pointers appreciated and
        > thanks in advance.
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