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Motorola droid - traffic light changer

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mattprichard, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. mattprichard

    mattprichard New Member
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  2. Legacystar

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    fake, you can tell it was edited
     
  3. square

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    april fools...only a week late.
     
  4. skunkpbguy

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    I've been using this for months, my brakes are only needed when I park the car. :D
     
  5. DjOutlaw32

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    someone already posted about this guys vids already, but not the actual video.
     
  6. resno

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    thats pretty funny, and neat looking. Is that app in the market? :D
     
  7. It's a great series of videos from this guy. I saw them on another forum and someone actually posted saying they entered the codes and nothing happened and were asking for help...did the phone need to be rooted, etc. They seriously thought you could type in a code and the phone would automatically know how much money was in someone's pocket...crazy!

    Cool viral video though. Could you imagine if people could control the traffic lights from their phone? It would be ultimate gridlock because everyone would be trying to turn them green...
     
  8. radikal

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    yeah haha, thats nuts! what a bunch of crazies thinking its real (is it real) jk jk. awesome vids though
     
  9. barry99705

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    No, it's not real. The lights need an IR signal to change them. They also report back to the central station that they are being changed.
     
  10. Mayze

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    Those vids are great
     
  11. papichulo69r

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    Not all lights need IR to change. Some traffic lights can be triggered by strobe lights. Maybe someone can create an app that will strobe the flash on the camera to the required frequency.
     
  12. aaronmach1

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    already been done.
     

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