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June 12, 2010

G-Spot – Touch Sensitive Car Security System

at 8:16 am. Filed under Electronic Hacks

Daniel Davies has made an interesting Touch Sensitive Car Security Device called the G-Spot. With this device installed turning the key is not all that is required to start your car. You also need to know about the secret G-Spot location, while touching your grounded key you also need to touch the G-Spot location to successfully start your car. You could imagine that a metal screw on your dash could be the secret touch location that a crook would probably never know to touch. Daniel has provided full documentation so that you could build your own, he has also gone over some of the steps he took to get his system patented in New Zealand.

Thanks for sharing your design with us Daniel and good luck with getting it to market.


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5 Responses to “G-Spot – Touch Sensitive Car Security System”

  1. Anon Says:

    Am I the only one who got the impression he’s confusing ‘mils’ with millimeters?

    Also, a cold-heat soldering iron? Fail.

    But, I like the idea.

  2. NatureTM Says:

    Great idea.

  3. Akos3D Says:

    I have this solution in my cars since 10 years.
    Cost: 70 USD. Including installation.
    Done in a simple local shop in Hungary.
    Do not waste your money in patenting it.

  4. Ground your car to make it go - Hack a Day Says:

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  5. Anon Says:

    The guys clearly Australian, so he’s using the term “mils” the way most of the world does and that is to refer to millimetres. Not the crazy inches measurement.

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