After the tremendous success of #Raspberry Pi project, our new project is based on ESP8266, small Li-Ion battery and a condom (in its original wrapper). But since it's a connected project at heart, we rely on the power of tweeter.
Its features are:
- Notification that the condom is unwrapped to a tweeter (the impedance, frequency, power rating and exact model are to be determined)
- Notifying user about expiration date (again, with the tweeter)
- Having a small explosive charge that could break the condom remotely, likely over the Internet (not using a tweeter)
- Totally not sending audio to a server in China, using an onboard microphone (or with the tweeter used in reverse ?)
- Helps detection of matching host port in the dark (echolocation with the tweeter used in ultrasound spectrum ?)
- And many more ideas, as we unleash the power of the tweeter (probably through a web API, once we figure out how to host an actual tweeter on AWS)
Oh, and @ActualDragon is going to create a Hackaday-themed fluorescent dildo in OpenSCAD or tinkercad.
Safety first! Never let your condoms expire! It's like a Juicero for your condoms! At this moment we're getting the image processing right to read the date of expiration on the condom but we're partnering with select manufacturers so they include convenient barcodes on their sleeves.
Is this project supported on raspberry pi? I mean, including rpi zero.