Monday, December 22, 2008

RFID-enabled Poker Table

RFID-enabled Poker Table

Gambling has gotten all the more secure with a new RFID-enabled poker table, allowing you to enjoy your weekly round with your mates in unprecedented detail, similar to that of televised games. Wireless RFID chips are located at the bottom of a table, while RFID tags are fitted on a few deck of cards. All you need to do is to get some high quality video cameras up and running, and you'll be able to accurately track individual moves within a game. Since RFID chips are thin and virtually unnoticeable, they can be used in a similar manner as regular cards, so you can be sure there won't be instances of card marking or anything nefarious of sorts. The entire DIY project took approximately $7,000 to build and three months, so one might have to think things over before embarking on such a project.

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[Source: Ubergizmo]