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Home Automation using Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Domoticz, MySensors.

Hi Fellow makers,This is my first Instructable on Home Automation. The idea is to build a controller and wireless nodes to control and monitor.After a lot of hit and trial with many different controllers like OpenHab, DomotiGa, Ago Control, finally I decided to go with Domoticz as Controller and MySensor for Nodes. You must be wondering why I decided to build. I had a problem which I wanted to resolve. It all started with Water management. I live in a area where we get water supply for only…


Raspberry Pi Projects for the Evil Genius - This wickedly inventive guide shows you how to create all kinds of entertaining and practical projects with Raspberry Pi operating system and programming environment. In Raspberry Pi Projects for the Evil Genius, you’ll learn how to build a Bluetooth-controlled robot, a weather station, home automation and security controllers, a universal remote, and even a minimalist website. (Scheduled via

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How Can I Get Started with Home Automation?

Dear Lifehacker, I want to set up some basic home automation tasks but I've never done anything like this before. How do I get started? For that matter, what kind of things can I do and how much should I reasonably expect to pay?