Makes your Arduino project into a neat, DIN-rail compatible device.
Reinvent doorbell to receive alert and know who is outside, no matter where you are!
Use the Ionic framework to build an app that can control your hardware or hit any REST API.
A non destructive basic garage opener
Control LED strips, low voltage halogen lamps and other 12V gadgets over WiFi with a Particle Photon.
Pour the perfect Jack and Coke every time.
Physically engaging light switches with cloud connectivity. Featuring the Wicked Device Turner Onner and Bluz DK.
This DIY Alarm system can be easily made using the components and devices which you can easily find in your house.
This is a multi-tap that can be linked to a smartphone and Bluetooth to control the supply of electricity to a smartphone.
Automating the daily hiring of a chef based on the availability of people in an apartment using Raspberry Pi2, PIR sensor and AWS IOT.
Smart Home automation made easy and accessible for anyone, for little budget and no skills needed with Prota OS on Raspberry Pi
Connect a table lamp to Raspberry Pi, you can turn on and off the lamp with Amazon Echo.
Monitor your home using this powerful tutorial. Only two components needed: a Raspberry Pi and a Sparrow Sensor Node Kit.
This project will cover the assembly and coding of a PIR sensor and Email notifications through Gmail with a basic subject line.
Smart doorbell that will alert you on your phone if someone came to see you and you're not at home
This project will show you how to build a simple door lock using DFRobot's Lattepanda's Windows SBC, using C# (Visual Studio) to program.
Every Home Should Have One.
Have you ever wanted to control everything in your home with a single device? Imagine this device being a fully wireless button!
How to create a formidable button!
This is a simple demonstration of how to call REST API using JAVA application running on top of Raspberry Pi.
Using an Onion Omega and a cheap RF transmitter, remotely send a pre-recorded OOK (on/off keying) code to open a gate or garage door.
DTMF stands for DUAL TONE MULTIPLE FREQUENCY, in which we are going to use Mobile phone to make its as a wireless device.
Easily turn a small LCD into your own personalized side desk photo memories center using a 3.5" or 5" LCD display on the Raspberry Pi.
Turning your AC on before arriving at the office, changing your room temperature before coming back home by imitating IR signal.