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March 23, 2010

’69 Pontiac GTO controlled using a iPod Touch

at 1:15 pm. Filed under Complex Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment


If you are looking for something cool to do with your iPod Touch have a look at what Dave Phipps has done with his ’69 Pontiac GTO. Using an iPod Touch interfaced to a RedEye controller he now has remote control of many features. He has a good range (WiFi range) and can remotely open the windows, doors trunk and soft top. He can also start the car and rev the engine! I have seen remotes that can to everything except rev the engine, that’s a nice touch.

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3 Responses to “’69 Pontiac GTO controlled using a iPod Touch”

  1. Multi-Screen Says:

    I’m so blown away with what technology can do these days. Seems like anything is possible. Mixing the new with the old is pretty impressive!

  2. manZ Says:

    If your phone is stolen, that together will steal the machine

  3. RedEye GTO iPhone Remote Control Build - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] might remember the ‘69 Pontiac GTO controlled using a iPod Touch that we featured last year. Dave Phipps has made a new video that goes over how everything was tied […]

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