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OpenRemote - Home of the Digital Home

OpenRemote - Home of the Digital Home
OpenRemote is software integration platform for residential and commercial building automation. OpenRemote platform is automation protocol agnostic, operates on off-the-shelf hardware and is freely available under an Open Source license. OpenRemote's architecture enables fully autonomous and user-independent intelligent buildings. End-user control interfaces are available for iOS and Android devices, and for devices with modern web browsers. User interface design, installation management and configuration can be handled remotely with OpenRemote cloud-based design tools.

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LagartoMAX - panstamp - Documentation wiki and source code Lagarto-MAX is a lagarto process which receives, resends and processes events transmitted from any lagarto server running on the same IP network. Lagarto-MAX is a key piece into the lagarto architecture since it's able to integrate real values belonging to different networks and present them to the user in a homogeneous way. Moreover, being user-programmable, Lagarto-MAX can take decisions based on time or network events.

Baked Vanilla Donuts - Hello Nature If there’s opportunity to eat a donut, I have to take it. It’s not optional in my mind – it’s just how life will always be. Dieting? Gira HS3 server as alternative for openHAB or AyControl « Rick Centeno's Blog So two weeks ago I ran into a former colleague of mine who as it happened just had read my blog on the comparison of the different KNX solutions I tested, the openHAB server, the OpenRemote package and the ayControl solution. He was telling me that this blog was right for him at the right moment as he was looking for an appropriate solutions for his newly built house, only months away to become ready to move in. He asked me what I would choose in his place if I were to choose between those solutions. He was also very interested to find out whether I ever had a chance to look at the Gira HomeServer solution, which was the one he was eyeing. I told him that this Gira HS3 solution was a closed and expensive solution, contrary to the other ones that I tested, and that therefore I never had a chance to look at it.

BeagleBone Black - Waterfox What is BeagleBone Black? BeagleBone Black is a $45 MSRP community-supported development platform for developers and hobbyists. Boot Linux in under 10 seconds and get started on development in less than 5 minutes with just a single USB cable. Buttermilk Rosemary Donuts + Balsamic Pomegranate Glaze + Salted Honey & Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes & Baking with Portland Fresh A couple weeks ago I had Christiann from Portland Fresh over to make some old fashioned buttermilk donuts. We'd met through instagram (yay instagram friends!) a couple months ago and have quickly bonded since then over our love of food and the northwest. Once we started in the kitchen, though, our culinary curiosity got the better of us and we went from plain old buttermilk donuts to rosemary donuts with a balsamic pomegranate glaze, salted honey donut holes, and cinnamon + sugar ones, too.

OpenHAB, AyControl and OpenRemote « Rick Centeno's Blog So last weekend I finally got the powersupply of my Ubuntu server fixed and was able to restart the eibd program that transforms the box into a KNX/IP router with tunneling capabilities. It is a pity that no one managed to port this code also to the Mac OSX, as this would make it even easier for me to run this eibd router on a Mac mini server stowed away in the electricity cabinet. That small OSX server is easier to handle in stowing away due to the small size and power economics than a full fletched Ubuntu server on a standard desktop. But who knows, maybe someday….someone…. Then I got a reply to one of my post on my OpenRemote experiences in which he pointed out to me that openHAB was going to be released and I needed to check that out. I checked the website, downloaded the runtimes and demo packages for R0.9.1 and looked at their demo pages on my Mac.

HTC Headphones - George Smart's Wiki - Waterfox As mentioned on the Car Bluetooth Audio page, I like to listen to music from my HTC Desire in the car. Using a Bluetooth adapter works well, but the cheap adapters are flimsy, buggy and never charged when I want them to. I decided to reverse engineer the standard HTC Desire headset to work out how the next, back and play buttons are linked into the phone. I had a basic idea of how it worked, so I decided to give it a go... Here is what I found. The (badly drawn) image on the right shows the pinout of the standard HTC Desire headphone connector.

HomeVision Home Automation Controller Imagine controlling your entire home with a hand-held remote while watching TV. View a complete system interface on your TV screen. Or from a web browser anywhere in your home (or in the world).

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