New Dual Power over DXLink Controller Smartly Redefines Twisted Pair Power Injection
3.0 Megapixel Cameras Deliver 1080p HD Imaging and High Performance Features for a Variety of Applications and Markets
HomePlug Accelerates Development of Interoperability and Certification Programs for Netricity PLC
Home Automation Adoption Is On The Rise in the U.S.***** ABI Research Predicts 90 Million Homes Worldwide Will Be Automated By 2017
Almo Professional A/V Reveals Four Sweet "AV Snacks" For February***** Engaging 15-Minute Webinars Held Every Friday; February Theme is Video Walls; Hosted by Almo and Led by Planar, Hiperwall, Samsung and Sharp
GreenPeak continues to add dedicated expertise and resources that will be a significant benefit to European customers.
I've been wanting to get Siri up and running with my Home Automation system for quite a while. I tried and failed last year, but recently attacked the problem again; this time with great success. Not only did I get it running on 4 versions of Linux (long story), but also on my Raspberry PI. Further, I now have it integrated with my Home Automation system. (The approach I chose for this should work with virtually any Home Automation system.) The instructions in this article will get you up and running--virtually guaranteed--in under 30 mins. If you don't want to start from scratch, you can download a 250MB VMware appliance with it fully installed. All that's required are a few minor config changes for your own IP address. In Part 1, we'll cover the basics (using a Linux VM). In Part 2, we'll cover Raspberry PI installation. In Part 3, we'll cover Home Automation integration.
This is Part 2 of a three part article. In this part, we'll see how to install SiriProxy on a Raspberry PI. In Part 1, we'll cover the basics (using a Linux VM). In Part 2, we'll cover Raspberry PI installation. In Part 3, we'll cover Home Automation integrations
This is Part 3 of a three part article. In this part, we'll look specifically at how to integrate Siri with a Home Automation system. In Part 1, we'll cover the basics (using a Linux VM). In Part 2, we'll cover Raspberry PI installation. In Part 3, we'll cover Home Automation integrations
Only four parameters are needed to define everything that affects audio fidelity: Frequency response, distortion, noise, and time-based errors.
Transparent displays are not new; many panel makers have demonstrated prototypes for years. But when they first see a transparent display, people are often impressed and amazed.
AVB provides a huge step forward for transporting audio/visual content, and provides a means for replacing the diverse varieties of point-to-point connectors with a single, extensible network.
ISE 2013 was the biggest yet. With 894 exhibitors occupying 33,000 net square meters of floor spaces. Thousands flocked to Amsterdam to catch up on all that is exciting in residential & commercial AV as well as digital signage.
Homeowners can create a smart home of their dreams with these tips from the Electronic Security Association (ESA)
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Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!