A simple an inexpensive way to emulate HID and standard 125kHz RFID cards by just using a microcontroller, an optional capacitor, and a coil:
Quite a cool hack, especially since it can emulate the FSK based HID cards (think building access control).
I’ve been extremely busy lately moving everything from one place to another, and haven’t had any time to push out code changes to EVE-Central. So, in order to make it look like there is some progress (;)), I’ve added a quick “Latest Transactions” section to each item. The filtering is bad (it doesn’t quite get regions yet) and only shows the last 10 entries. There is a lot more backend work, including new aggregate pricing models, which use this data, however the data is brought out to the API or webpages yet.
This transaction data is provided by users (you included!) giving EVE-Central.com Full EVE API access to your account so the system can pull market transaction logs. The more people who contribute, the better it gets.
Check out this OLED keyswitch NKK.
Full color 64×32 display, with a SPI interface, which is much easier to use than previous products (such as the ScreenKeys)
IS15DSBFP4RGB on Mouser