It may not be the most aesthetically pleasing of doorbell designs, but at least it has the benefit of being completely silent.
Now that it’s been introduced into the UK, it’s easy to understand why.
The doorbell, which is a small metal plate on the side of a door, is designed to be able to be activated by the touch of a finger.
It’s basically a doorbell in a door.
“The idea is that if you’ve got a door that’s not locked, the keyhole should open and a door is automatically unlocked,” explained the project’s creator, Tom Davies.
“We’re actually trying to put something like that into everyday life.
There’s a lot of people out there who want to turn on the lights, the TV, and even open their doors.”
The idea behind the project is that it might make people feel more comfortable when they’re walking into a room, so it could be useful in areas where you don’t want people to hear the doorbell ringing.
But it’s not just doors that could be set up to give you an alert on your door.
In a city like Manchester, a lot more doors are now open to the public.
As of January 2017, there were over 1,200 doors in Manchester city centre, according to figures released by the Greater Manchester Authority (GMA).
It was just over 400 when we visited in March this year.
The concept behind the door bell is similar to how the smart locks on some cars work.
If a door opens, the car’s remote control will notify the driver via Bluetooth, and they’ll then unlock their car.
If the door is not locked at the time the driver opens it, they’ll have to go to a keyhole to unlock the door.
The doorbell is the same idea.
The keyhole will open the door, and the driver will then be able hear the alarm.
The idea for the project started in January, when Davies was asked by a friend to build a door alarm, which would be activated via a button on the door frame.
It was a simple idea and he thought the door could be used in different ways.
“It’s a pretty simple concept, but I was thinking, ‘what if I put it into the real world and used it to raise awareness of domestic violence?’,” Davies said.
“I’ve been using it as a way to raise money for domestic violence charities, and people have been really supportive.”
It’s not the first time doorbell technology has been used to raise public awareness of issues surrounding domestic violence.
In 2015, a woman from Australia raised more than £7,000 by installing doorbell locks on her home to make it more visible to neighbours.
She then turned the idea into a series of educational films, which she released online.