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Kindle WiFi foot switch

Turn pages on your Kindle with a custom foot switch

There's more to using an Amazon Kindle than just sitting down and reading a book. One example of this is the use by musicians, who have their hands busy playing an instrument - yet needing the popular e-reader for lyrics, chords and other musical information. And this this project was born.

Instructables user mosivers has hacked into a WiFi-enabled Kindle, uploaded some interesting code which is activated via WiFi from an ESP8266-enabled dev board. The board receives signals from buttons that are conveniently pressed by the end user:

Footswitch control Kindle WiFi

This is an ingenious solution to a common problem, of which you can find all the details in the project's Instructable page

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