Patrick Kleinfercher Showreel



Hi, I'm Patrick, and I'm passionate about graphic design and programming. With more than 15 years of experience in the advertising industry, I've gained a wealth of knowledge and skills in creating effective designs that connect with audiences. In 2018, I founded my own startup, which has been an exciting and challenging journey. Throughout my career, I've also explored other areas of design, such as industrial design, and learned new techniques like 3D animation and character design. These skills have allowed me to bring a unique perspective to my projects and create engaging visual experiences. I'm always eager to take on new challenges and push myself creatively and technically

Near Field Brain

The Near Field Brain is a full programmable near field communicator based on a Raspberry Pi B+ and a Mifare RC522 RFID Scanner. With the integrated web-gui you can create new task fast and easy, see tag-stats and check the hardware and the operation system. To see successful tags there are a led-light and a 5V piezo-buzzer mounted on the completely 3D-printed case.

AUGUST 03, 2015Near Field Brain

I used a Raspberry Pi B+ with a minimal debian wheezy image and a Mifare RC522, also I connected a 5V piezo buzzer and a computer status LED to see and hear successful tags. On the Raspberry I installed a Apache 2 Server and the RFID and GPIO drivers...

THe NFB-One with the mounted raspberry pi and the Mifare RC522 RFID Scanner

The case and the board-bridge are completely printed with my Ultimaker 2 3D-Printer. On the bottom are ventilation slots and the screw-holes for the mifare bridge and the cover-holders. The foots are glued onto the bottom-part. On the cover you see the slot for the status LED...

Bottom Part of the NFB-One
Cover part of the NFB-One and the id-card in hand

For the administration the NFB-One have a Web interface. Here you can easy create new tags or modify the unix commands. Also you can check the tag statistics and the system, hardware or software status.

the web-gui for the NFB-One Administration