[Translate to English:] LED Kubus mit RF-ID Leser für Vebego 50 Jahre Jubiläum
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Anniversary event "50 years of Vebego"

On the occasion of Vebego AG's 50th anniversary, the guests were greeted with a digital surprise.

 

At a glance

01

Design and development of LED cube with RF-ID reader

02

Development of a software tool for processing RF-ID cards

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Printing and design of RF cards with gold print

Starting point

The client came up with the idea of RF-ID cards as invitations. The cards should contain the name of the guest and be inserted into an LED box when they arrive, so that the name of the guest is displayed on the screen.

The result

To implement these requirements, various tests were made and prototypes created in the three areas of RF card technology, software development and hardware development. One of the sticking points was the development of the card chute with the RFID reader. Several angles of the card slide and positions of the reader had to be tried out in order to be able to rule out reading errors caused by the card sliding past too quickly, but also getting stuck due to static charging, etc. In the end, we found the ideal angle. In the end, we found the ideal angle and were able to place the reader in such a way that the cards were already scanned before they were released. For the lighting, we also tried out different variations. In the end, we glued 10 m LED strips around a tube with a diameter of about 30 cm. This had the advantage that the illumination of the cube was very even and especially the area up to the lower edge was well illuminated. The tube also had the advantage that the cards fell directly into it and did not land on the spotlights.

Starting point

The client came up with the idea of RF-ID cards as invitations. The cards should contain the name of the guest and be inserted into an LED box when they arrive, so that the name of the guest is displayed on the screen.

The result

To implement these requirements, various tests were made and prototypes created in the three areas of RF card technology, software development and hardware development. One of the sticking points was the development of the card chute with the RFID reader. Several angles of the card slide and positions of the reader had to be tried out in order to be able to rule out reading errors caused by the card sliding past too quickly, but also getting stuck due to static charging, etc. In the end, we found the ideal angle. In the end, we found the ideal angle and were able to place the reader in such a way that the cards were already scanned before they were released. For the lighting, we also tried out different variations. In the end, we glued 10 m LED strips around a tube with a diameter of about 30 cm. This had the advantage that the illumination of the cube was very even and especially the area up to the lower edge was well illuminated. The tube also had the advantage that the cards fell directly into it and did not land on the spotlights.

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