Open Sesame is a voice controlled lock to attach to your doors. It uses BitVoicer to recognize the word/phrase that is entered to the system, which allows the lock to turn 90 degrees whenever the word/phrase is heard. This project was created by four talented individuals: Sammy Backer, Jessica Delrio, Ivonne Streater, and Jennifer Wu.
"This project brought all of our ideas and knowledge together to create what we find useful to our society."
Organization: Girls Who Code
Student: Jennifer Wu
Project Team Members: Sammy Backer, Jessica Delrio, Ivonne Streater, Jennifer Wu
Type of Work: Robotics
Location: Menlo Park - Facebook
Grade: 12th Grade
Year Created: 2014
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