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Hardware components:
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PIR Motion Sensor (generic)
[Optional] Can be bought on Amazon in packs of 5 for about $9
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RGB LED Strip
[Optional] This was used as mock lighting for the home automation scenario
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Particle Core or Photon
[Optional] This was used as an example for talking to other devices in your home.
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Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Can be any Node.js capable machine that you are okay with running continuously. This was originally an Intel Edison in the prototype.
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Echo
Amazon Alexa Amazon Echo
[Optional] This was used for voice recognition.
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Software apps and online services:
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Autodesk Fusion 360
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Microsoft Azure
This is the online-hub and web interface for changing settings / devices. Alternative is to run it on a local network from a node.js supported machine.

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Anthony Ngu

Maker | Engineer | Programmer | Photographer | Climber | Evolving

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