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Bark-activated dog door might be the most awesome one in the world

Photographer David Hunt was losing sleep from his new dog’s barking, so he took it upon himself to build a bark activated door opener using the Raspberry Pi. ‘I could do this with a timer switch and a door strike, but where’s the fun in that’, said he. That says it all, really.

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