On this episode of HomeTech: Join us for a very special installment of the “Projects Project”! We are pleased to welcome Matthew G, who Reddit users might better recognize as VMU_kiss. Matthew, who is a moderator on the popular r/homeautomation subreddit, shares his creative process for coming up with some of the most unique DIY smart home hacks we’ve ever seen! From an umbrella holder that lights up when it’s going to rain, to a toothbrush holder that automatically triggers a timer, and much, much more, Matthew’s ideas are sure to inspire you to inject a little more creativity into your next DIY project. And the coolest part? Matthew has done it all using inexpensive, off-the-shelf parts (combined with a little elbow grease and a whole lot of ingenuity). Don’t miss this one!
Plus, the latest home tech headlines including: Dish prepares to bring its new smart home service, OnTech Smart Services, to market. Comcast unveils X1 eye control, designed to assist users with disabilities such as ALS. YouTube TV surprises users with free access to Showtime. Apple TV Now Supports AirPlay With Bluetooth. Ikea's delayed Fyrtur smart blinds will now go on sale this October. The Real(ly dramatized) story behind SnapAV’s acquisition of Control4. And more…
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- HomeTech Headlines
- Dish Rolls Out New Direct-to-Consumer Smart Home Service
- You don't need fingers to use this television remote
- YouTube TV is Giving Away FREE Showtime to Subscribers For a Limited Time - Cord Cutters News
- Apple TV Now Supports AirPlay With Bluetooth | Cult of Mac
- Ikea's delayed Fyrtur smart blinds will now go on sale this October
- The Real Story of Why Control4 Wanted to be Acquired - Strata-gee.com
- Pic of the Week