Are you planning on spending a couple of grand on installing home automation systems in your house? Then you should most definitely look at these cool Star Trek-themed screens and interfaces that were recently created by Pascal.
Wii hacker, LiquidIce has set up an integration between his Wii console and his home automation systems.
The system lets him control his lights, thermostat, security and home entertainment systems, all from his Nintendo Wii.
The system is actually a web-based interface written in PHP and Flash running on a MySQL database.
Mobile phones proved that people were sick and tired of the old standard phone ringer, so why don’t people feel the same about their doorbells?
The NetStreams DoorLinX lets you upload your favorite (non-DRM’ed) MP3 track to your doorbell via WiFi, and replace the classic “ding dong” sound with any sound you want.
Themeaddicts, a home automation company formed by a team of experienced theme park and movie special effects pros has made it possible for you to have your very own “magic mirror” on the wall.
When dormant, the M30P Magic Mirror looks like a normal mirror, but reveals an interactive image when triggered into action.