We have completed our fingerprint scanner and door lock and mounted it in it’s permanent place. The fingerprint scanner activates alarm mode and can only be deactivated by a valid fingerprint ID or by the master code using the keypad. The door lock can be triggered by alarm mode, NFC, voice recognition, web app and […]
We posted an image on Instagram recently (@iamteknik) of our 3D printed door lock. Makerbot Industries contacted us shortly afterwards and for those of you who don’t know, they are the largest commercial 3D printer manufacturer. They basically wanted to feature our door lock on their stories page found on their website so click the link below […]
Project Jarvis A.I has made it into the semi-final round for the Hackaday Prize competition. We are one of the top 50 projects that made it in a total of ~800 entries and have obtained $1000 worth of electronics. We have until the end of September 2014 to get it ready for the judges where […]
This is our automatic door lock inspired by The Amazing Spiderman. This door lock can be mounted onto any door and uses a rack and pinion to act as an automatic door bolt. I designed and 3D printed this enclosure where a regular servo motor can be mounted. This gizmo can be controlled via NFC, […]
I’ve been working on final hardware for Project Jarvis. Here is a mock up design with top and bottom layer screenshots. This board has isolation from AC current and DC current to make sure you don’t blow your micro controller unit. A single board can control 8 lights/appliances and has the ability to expand by […]
Our 3D Printer with a 3D printed “Teknik” nameplate made on the same 3D Printer :|. Seal of approval!
This is a 3D printed safety case for our single relay modules. It has 2 mounting holes below which allow you to mount this into your light or plug socket. It has a sealed bottom which prevents short circuits with your AC mains voltage and also prevents the user from shocking themselves by misplacing their […]
Check out my 3D renders made in Google SketchUp. This is my single channel relay board that fits into a light or plug socket. Dimensions are 21.59 x 36.37 x 20 mm. My SketchUp work sucks, I know but I made it for the competition that Jarvis is in. You can download the model here:http://goo.gl/yH7GEK […]
New Project Jarvis login and registration pages. It’s to protect other PC users from logging into Jarvis on your desktop and messing around with personal accounts such as Twitter or Facebook. The key code validation page is currently being built and that will validate your key code allowing you to use Jarvis. This prevents theft […]
This is the new Project Jarvis key code validation screen. You receive a 25 character key code which is used to validate your copy of the software. This of course helps prevent theft or illegally distributing my software.