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Providing technology and home installation solutions for a plethora of clients since 2001. Specialising in home automation, multi-room audio visual, media servers, home cinema, programmed lighting and control systems. http://www.homeintegration.co.uk/

Home Automation Raspberry and Phidgets

In previous tutorials we used Raspberry Pi to drive Phidgets InterfaceKit. We have also set up a web server on Raspberry.

Stereophone - A Multi-room Sound System by Jeff Eggebraaten — Kickstarter.  Stereophone transforms your home's unused phone line wiring into a house-wide multi-room sound system.

Stereophone - A Multi-room Sound System by Jeff Eggebraaten — Kickstarter. Stereophone transforms your home's unused phone line wiring into a house-wide multi-room sound system.

Follow along as we show you how to use an ESP8266 to wirelessly control a DC water valve.

How to Build a Cheap Wi-Fi Controlled Water Valve

Follow along as we show you how to use an ESP8266 to wirelessly control a DC water valve.

How to Make a Raspberry Pi Media Panel (fka Digital Photo Frame)

How to Make a Raspberry Pi Media Panel (fka Digital Photo Frame)

The goal of this project was to create a low cost Raspberry Pi Media Panel--a nice looking screen that could stand in the living room or attach to the refrigerato.

Build a Raspberry Pi Webcam server that you can hook either a USB webcam or just the standard Pi camera up to. http://pimylifeup.com/raspberry-pi-webcam-server/

This Raspberry Pi Webcam Server tutorial will take you through on how to have your very own Webcam that is visible on a webpage.

The tiny, inexpensive Raspberry Pi has a very low power consumption, which makes it a great always-on VPN (Virtual Private Network) server. With a VPN, you'll get secure access to your home network when you're on the go and can use it for secure web browsing when you're on public networks. Here's how to roll your own VPN with the Raspberry Pi.

Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Personal VPN for Secure Browsing Anywhere You Go

The tiny, inexpensive Raspberry Pi has a very low power consumption, which makes it a great always-on VPN (Virtual Private Network) server. With a VPN, you'll get secure access to your home network when you're on the go and can use it for secure web browsing when you're on public networks. Here's how to roll your own VPN with the Raspberry Pi.

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