A SCOTS schoolboy has built a security system to lock his bedroom door – from anywhere in the world.
While most teenagers have to be content with scrawled “keep out” posters to deter parents and siblings, Callum Inglis has used his computer wizardry.
Anyone even trying to breach the hi-tech defences will be foiled by an alarm which alerts the 17-year-old by email and takes a picture of them in the act.
Callum, from Dumbarton, has already built up reputation as a tech and coding guru – with his teachers at Dumbarton Academy turning to him for technical support.
He has built his own server in his room, constructed a drone and even put his skills to the test in the professional world, building websites and apos for organisations.
Callum, who designed the special lock to keep out parents Emily and Crawford and siblings Jennifer, 13, and Thomas 11, said: “I really enjoy teaching myself and trying
TALENTED Callum helps his high school teachers out with technical support. Pictures: Colin Garvie
ALARM Set-up to catch intruders
SECURITY Callum’s invention