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IOT: Need microphone with wifi-connection

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Let's try here.

I want to create a product that works like this:
1. Place a device with a microphone at a location.

2. Sound over a specific level will trigger the device.

3. The device will communicate to a smartphone app through bluetooth or wifi.

 

I know how to write an app, but know nothing about this kind of hardware. Should I buy the components and mount it myself (and on what?) or do you think I could buy this device somewhere? Maximum price for the hardware would be around 30 dollars or so.

As you see, I'm in the dark here. Would much appreciate if you pointed me in the right direction.


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Edit for wrong section


Edited by Dashing star, 10 May 2016 - 01:36 AM.

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i guess you'd need something like,

this :- https://www.sparkfun.../products/12642

this :- http://www.amazon.co...no Uno blutooth

this :- http://www.amazon.co...rds=Arduino Uno

 

here's a video of someone's arduino sound project :-

 

instead of it lighting an led your's would send a message via blutooth i'd assume.

 

if you want a consumer product then i'd probably contact some company or other near you like this :- http://www.valarm.ne...industrial-iot/

 

i know nothing about that company and was just one i got from a google search.

 

:popcorn:


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