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April 25, 2012

Sip’n Puff Arduino Shield controls an iPod

at 10:41 pm. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


There is a Kickstarter for this Sip’n Puff Arduino Shield. Check out this project where it is used to control an iPod. The uses are endless but just imagine the usefulness for people who don’t have the use of their fingers for the tasks we take for granted.

Thanks for sending this in Bob.

“The Sip’n Puff shield is a standard shield for the Arduino platform.  It is a basic air pressure sensor that detects positive and negative air pressure.  The shield gets its name from the similar devices used by persons with disabilities that allow them to sip and puff into a tube to control medical devices.  The shield can detect air pressure up to 1.45 PSI which is more than enough to be triggered by sipping and puffing by mouth.”







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One Response to “Sip’n Puff Arduino Shield controls an iPod”

  1. Mure Says:

    oh man this is a great idea!

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