Video: Intel DIY Programmable Home Automation Prototype

Here’s a video from Engadget showing a work-in-progress home automation concept from Intel.  The software framework they have developed is HTML5 based and creates a graphical programming environment that allows home automators to drag and drop  elements to ‘program’ their system.

The internet of things is growing, friends, and Intel knows it. From WiFi lightbulbs to smart thermostats and door locks, it seems that most everything in our homes will have some sort of connectivity in the not-so-distant future. That’s why chipzilla’s research arm has been working on a way to program all of those devices and make it easy enough so that any do-it-yourselfer can get her home working the way she wants it to. The key is getting all of these future devices to work together, and Intel’s plan is to build a platform that’ll talk to most any PCB (Arduino, Beagle Boards, etc.) over any wireless protocol (WiFi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, et al.).   :   Similar OpenRemote Setup

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