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Nuts & Volts Magazine (January 2018)

DIY WeMo for Home Automation

By Anthony Guevara    View In Digital Edition  


As an engineer and avid electronics hobbyist, I wanted to build a device that would allow me to wirelessly turn my lights on and off without getting off my couch after a long day at the office. Initially, I only intended on building an electromagnetic wireless switching mechanism that worked in conjunction with an Android application. However, I ended up adding voice control and real time button state synchronization in the application as well.

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