This Arduino-powered door automatically locks whenever you opens browser incognito mode

This Arduino-powered door automatically locks whenever you opens browser incognito mode

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In Google Chrome – How do you go into private browsing?

I think everyone knows the answer :

If you don’t want Google Chrome to save a record of what you visit and download, you can always surf the web in incognito mode.

And what happens if you forget to lock the door while you are surfing “private stuffs” in web and your loved ones or any other uninvited guests burst into the room without warning . Yeah, an embarrassing situation.

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So how it will be if your door automatically locks itself whenever you open browser incognito mode…pretty good..ha…… That’s exactly what Mike, CEO of the Useless Duck Company designed.

Arduino-powered door lock


YouTuber Mike created Arduino-powered door that automatically locks itself whenever you open a private browser or activate browser incognito mode.

This Arduino-powered door automatically locks whenever you opens browser incognito mode

This Arduino-powered door automatically locks whenever you opens browser incognito mode

Mike hooked his PC up to an Arduino Uno that’s connected to a servo-controlled lock.  A self-written program that constantly scans the open browser windows on his computer, and if it spots an incognito window, it locks the door.

Check out his YouTube Channel to find out some other funny invention.

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