rotary dial phone for your webbrowser





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Published on Jul 20, 2019

Use an old rotary dial phone to dial IP addresses just like you would dial phonenumbers of BBSs somewhere in the 80's and 90's.
Relive "those good old days" when internet was an adventure.

This project let's you start your webbrowser using a rotary dial phone. You can dial IP adresses, or use speedial functions, to open your favorite bookmark with just one single turn of the phone's dial.

This project uses and Arduino pro micro to process the phones signals and creates the audio tones to simulate a connection. Then it acts like a regular keyboard, sending keyboard commands to start the browser, control it and (if desired) close it.

For more information about this project, visit:

There you will find a detailed explanation, the when and why and the sourcecode and usermanual.

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