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Door Sensor Plays the Seinfeld Bass Riff When Someone Enters the Room

 |  |  |  |  January 10, 2017


There’s nothing quite like that funky Seinfeld theme song bass riff. It’s powerful and gets stuck in your head almost instantly. When you think about a scene from the show, you can’t help but hear it. I bet you hear it right now that I mentioned it.

A guy going by the name Caliixx incorporated a bit of the music into a door sensor that plays a riff whenever someone opens the door. Perfect!


It was built using an infrared sensor, an Arduino controller, and the Adafruit Music Maker Shield. It basically turns real life into a sitcom – which I fully approve of.

This is the perfect thing if you have a neighbor named Kramer who always comes barging in and practically falls down on the way to raid your fridge.

[via Laughing Squid via Neatorama]



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