DIY iPhone RFID Reader

DIY iPhone RFID Reader

Benjamen Blundell of CASA/University College London has developed an iPhone RFID reader and is distributing step-by-step DIY instructions.

Kyle Studstill
  • 15 march 2010

Anticipating Apple’s patents calling for RFID-capable systems on their mobile devices, Benjamen Blundell of CASA/University College London has developed a reader of his own that can interpret RFID information for use on the iPhone. In addition to step-by-step DIY instructions listed on his blog, Benjamin has put together a video demo to illustrate the system in action.

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