DIY Home Automation With A Raspberry Pi

DIY Home Automation With A Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is great for home automation projects. DIYer Iaian Hamilton shows off how to use it to create a lighting and audio control that uses a simple web interface.

The system is relatively simple, and taps into a Spotify client on the Raspberry Pi, and lighting controls that run on X10 modules. It’s a pretty slick approach, and if you’re thinking about getting started with home automation, Hamilton’s project is a good place to begin.

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