Don’t you just hate it when you can’t find the remote control for the television? Well, if you’re handy enough with your hands, you could integrate one of those beeping locator systems found in cordless phones, which is precisely what this person did. Taking the components from a cordless phone, he inserted the handset’s circuit boards, speaker, and battery, into a TV remote casing. After the modification, finding the remote control became a simple process of hitting the beeper button. The remote control has also been modified with a charging cable to top-up the battery which is necessary to keep the device powered. Check out a video demonstration of this after the jump.
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