Brings your video call to life

Start a video call and send through the audio canal specific audio frequencies. In this way you will be able from remote to turn on and off lights, command motors and even drive a robot you made using Arduino.
Make it real assembling the Actionoise kit available here:
Download Actionoise app on the caller’s smartphone, send audio commands to the number called entering the jack connector to the Actionoise board. You are now ready to drive motors connected to the board, moving a robot which has on board the number called. Watch from the mobile screen where it is going while you are in a live video call on a video calling platform such as Skype, Whatsapp, Messenger.
Please read here the assembly method:

Detailed description:

The Actionose app is a mp3 player which has its buttons arranged in Cartesian order. When pushed they create audio frequencies which allow motors placed elsewhere to move in the requested direction. These motors are connected to the Actionoise board (or an Arduino board) through an audio wire entered in the smartphone.
Don’t miss the opportunity of experiencing a new way of video calling.
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What's New

Video calling evolves
New cheap telepresence experience with remote control
of relays module and other more audio commands.
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Additional Information

July 13, 2020
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Requires Android
5.0 and up
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