Developer Andrew Milner launched Do-It-Yourself RFID Video Poker Table kit and utomated card counting now available at home.DIY kit ncludes almost all the hardware and software you need to replicate the video below but do it on your game night with your friends………

Video of a prototype RFID Poker Table was released in September 2008 for showing a poker table that had been equipped with RFID electronics and software that displayed real time video of a poker game with graphics that displayed each player’s cards as they were dealt.Andrew Milner announce the launch of a commercial grade kit at a price that represents real value for money and sold as a DIY kit.Cstomers build their table from components available at the online store.This kit include all table electronics, playing cards, software, CAD drawings and a step by step build guide.Specially manufactured high quality playing cards that contain embedded RFID tags are a key component with a high end acetate finish that is indistinguishable from standard playing cards, the RFID cards look, feel and play exactly like the real thing.

RFID Video Poker Table includes a suite of software applications for Windows that offers ease of use and rich functionality. Featuring fully customizable graphics, HD video support, live Internet streaming and a fully featured post production edit suite, the software caters to home game hobbyists and broadcast professionals alike.Eliminating the need for pocket cams and automating the time consuming and expensive process of manually recording poker hands and creating custom graphics, game graphics are rendered in just minutes in post production or in real time for live broadcast.



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