Dear Lifehacker, I want to set up some basic home automation tasks but I've never done anything like this before. How do I get started? For that matter, what kind of things can I do and how much should I reasonably expect to pay?
Our homes are going to become only smarter in the future. You don’t have to be a technical genius to automate things around your home. My Alarm Center has put together an infographic that covers the benefits of home automation:
Build an Entire Home Automation System with a Raspberry Pi and Arduino
We've seen a lot of DIY home automation projects over the years, but Instructables user electronichamsters shows off one of the most complete systems we've seen yet. With it, you'll be able to monitor just about everything in your house.
Home automation under $5Home automation means you can control home applies more easily. You can control your fan lights exits’ with tip of your finger or allow them to work automaticallyThe project contains three different switching circuits1. IR remote controlled switch 2. Automatic water level controller3. Automatic night light
Crestron iPanel controller for iPad does twice as much for half the price
The last 5 years have changed the entire way humans interact with the environment more than the last 20 years. Look around at people when you are having a coffee and count how many people are absorbed completely by their phone or tablet? :