[Lab] Looking for ideas
bruce.harding at faintfuzzies.ca
Sat Nov 17 18:42:26 EST 2012
I've re-thought that, and I think something that would fit on her side of the
bed near her head or under pillow would be better for me. :-) I was thinking
of using an old electric toothbrush motor similar in a way to the suggestion
from other person that replied.
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On November 17, 2012 06:09:18 PM you wrote:
> You could drive a motor controller to a high speed motor and off set weight
> attached to the bed to shake the bedframe
> -- Sent from my HP TouchPad
> On 17 Nov 2012 5:51 PM, Bruce Harding <bruce.harding at faintfuzzies.ca> wrote:
> My wife is losing her hearing and I'd like to build her a few things with
> Arduino's that could help her out.
> Her hearing is like this 1/4 in one ear and 1/2 in the other. This week the
> alarm went off for 8 minutes before I got tired of listening to it and came
> up stairs to wake her up. The problem is she was sleeping on her good ear.
> So I was thinking what about a Arduino that recognizes her alarm and a.)
> vibrates the bed or b.) vibrates something under her pillow or c.) a string
> of flashing bright LED's or d.) open the blinds or e.) all of the above?
> So if you seen a similar project or have ideas on how I can proceed let me
> I've also got to apply this at some point to our door bell as well.
> Bruce Harding
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