Android Home Automation Demo | Voice + NFC

Android is a very powerful platform and the possibilities are endless. Here is a short demo of my home automation using voice control and NFC to take control…


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27 thoughts on “Android Home Automation Demo | Voice + NFC

  1. As far as I have noticed the entire automation is a sort of client-server based eco-system where you use the android device as a client and the hardware acting as a server, am I right?

  2. Automating your Home Cinema and creating LED-based lighting scenes for parties might well be considered a little on the showy side. But intelligent zoned heating control and ‘all out’ lighting functions are sensible, practical and energy saving ideas. Because of the wide range of uses, automating your home can either be as blingy and frivolous or as clever and useful as you like. There is so much wasted energy every day, my electricity bill already dropped 10% & It’s summer time!

  3. So what is the range for this? I have the habit of driving off and after a while not being sure if I locked my door or not.

  4. Opening a garage door is useful. Getting out of your car lifting a heavy door and getting back in and pulling in the garage was a problem that was solved by automatic door openers. This is cool, but does not solve problems for most of us. So much easier for an able bodied person to just unlock door flip a light switch and lock door behind. This has sooo much potential for handicapped people though. That’s seems to me what should be focused on.

  5. Look! an iRetard!. Destroy it!. So what is you work in a smart home industry?. Talk is cheap. Show a video of the awesomely gayness of iDumbass home automation in action. If not, then…like Pedro Carlos said, now fuck off.

  6. awsome video thumbs up all the way……..
    one question though what did you use to turn on the tv set?
    reply asap….thanks

  7. That’s pretty stupid consider the fact that the same can be said about, “someone could steal your KEYS and unlock your house.”

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    The largest city in Louisiana, New Orleans, is also a major U.S. Port. The Greater New Orleans metropolitan area is also the largest metro in the state, along the Mississippi River. With common and coextensive city and parish boundaries, the geography of New Orleans gives the region a multicultural heritage…

    New Orleans gets its name from the Regent of France, Philippe II, Duc d’Orléans. It is not only one of the oldest cities in the United States, but is also popular for a unique multilingual culture and heritage. Its strategic location and timeless appeal has given to the world a tourist destination that is replete with anomalous cuisine, music and architecture. The birthplace of jazz and Mardi Gras, New Orleans has rightly earned the epithet ‘The Most Unique’ city in the United States of America.

    New Orleans is flanked by:
    The parish of St. Tammany and Lake Pontchartrain in the north.
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    Brief History

    La Nouvelle-Orléans or New Orleans was founded in 1718. The city grew rapidly under the influence of the American and French invasions. It has always functioned as a principal port and the prosperous home of the educated, property owners. Today, it is a progressive city, vitally important to the nation’s commitment to automation and containerization in port trade. The unique architectural styles, low and mid-rise structures and location makes New Orleans one of the most visited cities in the United States of America. It is located on the banks of the Mississippi River. The city has a total area of 350.2 sqm and a metropolitan population of just above a million. It is a peninsular city, with its mainland heart in the shape of a curve. This feature gives the city the much-publicized epithet ‘Crescent City’.

    Geography and Climate

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    The natural course flooding and sediment deposition from the Mississippi River previously counterbalanced natural subsidence. Today, with the construction of flood control structures upstream, the ground lost is impossible to regain even via dredging. 51 percent of the region is above sea level even today, and densely populated too. New Orleans has always had to deal with the risk of storm surge and an eroding coastline. The climatic conditions are characterized by:
    Mild winters.
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    Annual precipitation during the summer months.
    The densely inhabited areas comprise three distinct urban and sub-urban areas. The Central Business District is an area located north and west of the Mississippi River. The major streets that fan out from the central city point include Canal Street, Tulane Avenue, Poydras Street, Loyola Avenue. Rampart Street, St. Charles Avenue and Royal Street. The Downtown neighborhood relates to areas downriver from Canal Street. The area includes the French Quarter, Tremé, Faubourg Marigny, Bywater and the Lower Ninth Ward. The third area is sub-urban and referred to as the Uptown neighborhood. The area comprises the region upriver from Canal Street. It includes Warehouse District, Garden District, the Irish Channel, Gert Town, University District, Fontainebleau and Broadmoor.
    Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/geography-of-new-orleans.html

  9. Ragazzi, da ieri mi è spuntato nella home una striscia rossa con scritto ”il tuo account è stato attualmente sospeso”
    Non so che devo fare! Ho provato ad inviare una mail al supporto almeno tre volte, ma ho sempre la stessa risposta:
    We understand that you’re contesting an account suspension. Please be sure to read this entire email; you will need to take further action in order to reopen your ticket and trigger a review of your account.

    Twitter suspends accounts for a variety of reasons:

    • If your account was suspended for aggressive following behavior, you should have received an email notification to the address associated with your Twitter account. You’ll need to confirm that you’ve removed all prohibited following automation from your account, and will stop any manual aggressive following behavior. To expedite your appeal process, please review our Best Practices page if you haven’t already, and then reply to this ticket with a confirmation that you understand our policies and will not engage in any prohibited following behavior.

    • Please take a minute to review the Twitter Rules.

    • If you received an email from admin@twitter.com saying ‘you’re being suspended’ or that we’re going delete your account, you’re safe; the email is fake. More information here https://support.twitter.com/articles/204820-safety-fake-twitter-emails

    • While we strive to avoid mistakes, it’s also possible that your account was suspended in error. If after reviewing the Rules, you have no idea why your account was suspended, just reply to this email indicating as much, and we’ll take another look at your case. Our apologies if the error turns out to be ours.

    Thanks,
    Twitter Trust & Safety”
    Sapete se mi ridaranno l’account o se ormai aspettare è una cosa inutile e dovrei creare un’altro account?
    A voi è mai successo?

    Grazie mille a chi risponderà! :D

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